From now you can enable Night mode in Twitter on your iOS 9.3.5 iPhone, as Twitter finally added this useful feature to their official iOS app. Twitter’s ‘Night mode’ feature was introduced on Android back in July, and today Twitter shared that the feature is rolling out for iOS devices users as well. When you enable Night mode on your iPhone it would switch the app’s theme to a darker color thereby reducing the strain on your eyes when the app is being used at night or in a dark surrounding.
So if you use Twitter frequently during the night it would be better to know how to enable this feature on your device to prevent your eyes from getting strained. Activating Night mode on is easy.
How To Setup Night Mode In Twitter In iOS 9.3Step 1: In order to enable Night mode in Twitter on your iOS 9.3.5 iPhone you should download the update.
Step 2: Go to the App Store, tap on “Updates” in the lower right corner, and tap to install the Twitter update.
Step 3: Once you've downloaded the update, you have to manually turn on night mode. Switch to the tab under the title Me, found in the bottom right corner of the app.
Step 4: When your profile page pops up, tap on the gear symbol to the right of your profile picture.
The whole interface of Twitter will now turn to a dark color as show on the picture at the top post, thereby making it easy to read during the night without straining your eyes too much. Follow the steps again and select ‘Turn off night mode’ to revert the changes you’ve made.
Night mode seems like a great addition to the iOS Twitter app, though we’ll have to see how it works out in practice.