Twitter finally comes with a ‘dark mode’ on Android

After releasing a dark mode for the some users last week, Twitter is finally allowing the same functionality for all its Android users. The feature has been available on its iOS for more than seven months and is now finally available for Android users as well.

Twitter announced the roll out of the dark mode in an official tweet and said that users can try out the feature by pulling on the hamburger menu on the left side of the screen and clicking on the light bulb button to toggle the feature on and off.

Twitter also has an ‘old’ version of the dark mode available on their app, however; this is their latest offering and allows users to view their screen without any strain on the eye during the night. The same will also improve battery life on OLED screens.

The updated version of Twitter is available on the Google Play Store now. Take a look at let us know your experiences.

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