How To Enable Dark Mode On Twitter (Website, App)

Dark mode on twitter will make it easy on your eyes to browse and tweet during night times. Also, it provides a uniform look when you have enabled the dark mode on your Windows 10 or mac.

Let’s learn how you can enable dark theme on twitter on desktop, Android, and iOS.

Enable Dark Mode On Twitter Website

1. Login to your Twitter account and click on the settings menu

2. Now Under General Settings select the Display option like in the screenshot below.

3. Here you will be shown all display customizations like font size color and background.

4. In the background settings select Dim or Lights Out option to enable the dark mode on twitter.

5. Now you have set the twitter dark mode as the default UI on the Desktop version.

Twitter Dark Mode

Let’s learn how you can enable dark mode on mobile as well.

Enable Twitter Dark Mode Android and iOS Apps

1. Open your Twitter App on your Android or iPhone.

Twitter Dark Mode Android 3

2. Go to the profile and select settings and privacy option.

3. In the Settings and privacy settings choose “Display and sound” option.

Twitter Dark Mode Android

4. Inside the Display and sound options you will see the “Dark Mode” Settings option. Click on it.

Twitter Dark Mode

5. Now you will see Dark mode On and Off options. Click on the On button. and on the Dark theme you can select between Dim and Lights out.

Twitter Dark Mode select

6. Choose Lights out twitter theme to get a full dark mode appearence. You can also setup Automatic at sunset to enable twitter dark mode only after sunset.

Twitter Lights out Dark Theme

I hope you were able to change to the dark theme on twitter desktop website and mobile app.

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