Apple and Android users have long switched to the dark mode since the roll out of the iOS 13 and the Android 10 respectively. Social media giant Instagram has gone to the dark side as well.
CNN Business states that the dark mode option is “eye-strain reducing, battery-saving and chic-looking.”
Twitter first had the dark mode feature on and people have been enjoying the change too much.
Instagram boss Adam Mosseri took to Twitter to declare the new Instagram feature.
“Starting today, you can use Instagram in dark mode on iOS 13 or Android 10. Turn dark mode on your phone to try it out,” Mosseri tweeted.
Accordingly, for iOS users, they can only activate the dark mode for Instagram if they have iOS 13 since the option is only accessible through the new settings of Apple.
On the other hand, the app tweak can be activated from within Instagram’s settings for those who are on the Android operating system even if they don’t have the latest version of the OS.
Rumors of Facebook testing their dark mode feature have also surfaced, but yet to be confirmed. Currently, only Facebook Messenger has a dark mode feature.
Almost everything is in dark mode now including the Google Chrome browser, Windows 10 and the MacOS.