We have already informed you that Twitter ‘Lights Out’ Dark Mode is Coming to Android by Mid-September. Now it has been confirmed officially by the representative of the company. Dantley Davis, VP of design and research at Twitter has announced in a tweet that the feature will also be available on the Twitter app for Android users by mid-September. This year in March, Twitter introduced a dark ‘Lights Out’ mode for iOS users.
9To5Google has already revealed it that after its arrival on the iOS platform, the new dark mode will be arriving on Android six months. The demand for the pure dark mode feature has been increased to a great extent with the growing popularity of AMOLED display.
Twitter Lights out Mode is Coming For Android
It was asked from Davis that why it is taking so long for Twitter to bring the feature to Android, he replied that the main reason behind the delay is “prioritization.” This is a true dark mode feature unlike the existing dark mode feature on the Twitter app, that was launched in July 2016. The Lights Out mode feature has a completely black background.
While using the app the lights out mode will help to reduce eye fatigue, especially in low-light environments. In case you got a smartphone having an OLED display, the new exciting feature will also help in extending the life of the battery. As OLED displays turn off the pixels when displaying a black background, the dark mode helps reduce power consumption.
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