Twitter really does keep its users' demands in check. Now it’s time for the battery-saving dark mode that the company has just tweeted about, but here’s the catch, it’s only for iOS users.
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It was dark. You asked for darker! Swipe right to check out our new dark mode. Rolling out today. pic.twitter.com/6MEACKRK9K
— Twitter (@Twitter) March 28, 2019
When using Twitter, the OLED screen will have a black background that will help extend battery life. The panel will only light up when the pixels are not black. Twitter also does state that the black background will reduce the strain on the eye, especially where it is dimly lit.
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The users couldn't be more thankful about the new announcement.
OH. OH MY.
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 29, 2019
I love it when it’s dark. pic.twitter.com/4ZwLcFHbOD
— (@travmagnetph) March 28, 2019
CAN WE GET AN EDIT BUTTON NEXT PLEASE pic.twitter.com/7QddMFIbqS
— ʙɪʙɪ (@cloudseung) March 28, 2019
I don't know who asked for this but thank you twitter, very nice
— FAL (@itsWinterzz) March 28, 2019
Is Android being kept in the light às a punishment?
— Phillip Byakutaaga (@ptaaga) March 28, 2019
can android also have this dark black mode please, android users deserve rights too
— lisa (@yeoclipse) March 28, 2019
— Clock In Marketing (@ClockInMrktng) March 28, 2019
This story originally appeared on The Verge.
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