In this post, we’ll see:
How to Enable Dark Mode on YouTube
Turning YouTube dark mode on is a simple task, and here’s how you can do that on PC, Android, and iPhone:
Note: Here, I’m using the Chrome web browser in Windows 10 PC.
Note: You can activate dark mode even without signing into your account. After you visit YouTube, click on three vertical dots. Now, follow the below steps.
You can see “Dark theme: Off.” Click on it.
Note: Besides the “Dark theme:” you can see the status of the dark mode. The dark theme is disabled, and that’s why you see “Off.”
Enable toggle switch beside “Dark Theme.”
- For each browser, you’ve to enable dark mode separately.
- To turn off the dark theme on YouTube, follow the above steps but disable instead of enabling.
Tap “Appearance.” In the pop-up, you can see three options:
- Use device theme – Set your system-wide theme as the YouTube theme. In other words, if your device is in dark mode, then YouTube too will be in dark mode.
- Light theme – Disable dark mode.
- Dark theme – Turn on dark mode.
Pick the one you prefer (except “Light theme”).
Open the YouTube app. Hit profile picture at the top right > Settings. Enable “Dark theme.”
Note: If you want to disable the dark theme, then follow the above steps but instead of enabling, disable.
How to Turn On Twitter Dark Mode
Here, we’ll see how to enable dark mode on Twitter (PC, Android, and iPhone), which is disabled by default. Let’s get started.
Sign in to Twitter. Click on the “More” on the left side of the screen and then hit “Display.”
In the pop-up, in the “Background” section, select “Lights out.”
To disable dark mode – follow the above steps but select “Default” instead of “Lights out.”
Android or iPhone
Open the Twitter app. Tap profile picture at the top. Now, you can see the “Bulb” icon at the bottom. Hit it.
You may see a pop-up about “Automatic at sunset” (or “Automatic dark mode” if you’re on iPhone). This option turns on dark mode at sunset and turns off dark mode at sunrise automatically. If you want to activate it, hit “Yes” (if you’re on Android) or “Enable” (if you’re on iPhone). Otherwise, hit “Not Now.”
Note: Remember that the above steps can turn off the dark mode.
Open the Twitter app. Hit on profile picture > Settings and privacy > Display and sound.
For Android – Tap “Dark mode.” Select “On” or “Automatic at sunset” as per your wish.
For iPhone – Tap the toggle beside “Dark mode.”
Note: If you want the dark mode to be turned on at sunset and turned off at sunrise automatically, tap the toggle beside “Automatic dark mode.”
To Disable Dark Mode
Android: follow the above steps, tap “Dark mode,” and then select “Off.”
iPhone: follow the above steps and then tap the toggle beside “Dark mode.”