In March this 12 months, Twitter rolled out a true dark mode for iOS customers, referred to as ‘Lights Out’. Dantley Davis, VP of design and analysis at Twitter has now revealed in a tweet that the function will be obtainable on the Twitter app for Android by mid-September. As famous by 9To5Google, the brand new dark mode will be arriving on Android six months after its arrival on the iOS platform.
When requested why it’s taking so lengthy for Twitter to convey the function to Android, Davis replied that the primary motive behind the delay is “prioritization.” Unlike the present dark mode function on the Twitter app, which has been obtainable since July 2016, the Lights Out mode is a true dark mode with a utterly black background.
Hey Android customers: ‘Lights out mode’ on Android is on observe to ship by mid-September. Now again to our repeatedly scheduled programming… pic.twitter.com/7ZIuz6ypWk
— Dantley Davis (@dantley) July 24, 2019
The lights out mode, due to its all-black background, will assist cut back eye fatigue when utilizing the app, particularly in low-light environments. If your smartphone has an OLED show, the function will additionally assist in extending battery life. Since OLED shows merely flip off the pixels when displaying a black background, the dark mode helps cut back energy consumption by a slight margin.
Dark mode as a function has slowly been gaining momentum lately, with a number of corporations rolling out the function for their common Android and iOS apps. Google can also be lastly bringing a system-wide dark mode with Android Q. On Pixel gadgets, Android Q will additionally add a dark boot animation.
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