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Twitter’s new night mode on Android review

Written by Adam Webb

Twitter may finally have found the feature that gets people excited about its service again: night mode. Twitter is launching a night mode feature on Android today that switches most of the interface from white to a really deep blue. It looks nice, and I have no doubt that a lot of people will use it, because everyone seems to love a good night mode.

The implementation is as basic as possible. There’s just a toggle in the app’s slide out menu that lets you turn night mode on and off — there’s no way for it to automatically trigger at certain times of day or based on your phone display’s brightness. But hey, if you like it enough, you’ll probably just want to turn night mode on and leave it that way.

There’s no word on if or when the feature will come to iOS, but it’s supposed to be rolling out now on Android.

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Adam Webb

Houston, TX based Digital Marketing Specialist. Adam is a senior editor at DigitalReview and was formerly an editor at Mashable. A resident of Houston, Texas, Adam covers digital trends and much more.

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