Twitter Brings Night Mode to Desktop After Android and iOS

Twitter’s desktop website — twitter.com — has been updated with the ‘Night Mode’ feature which has been available on its Android and iOS app since last year. The feature is still rolling out to accounts, so don’t panic if you don’t see it yet.

Night mode essentially converts the color of the website to a dark theme. A number of websites and apps have started rolling out night or dark mode feature, which is said to provide an enhanced visual experience and comfort to eyes especially when reading at night.

How to Enable/Disable Night Mode on Twitter.com?

To enable ‘Night Mode’ on Twitter, log in to your account on twitter.com via your PC. Click on your profile picture near the top-right of the page.

At the bottom of the drop-down menu, you’ll find the ‘Night Mode’ feature option. Click on it to enable the night mode.

If you don’t like what you see, it’s as easy to reverse the night mode. Just click on the ‘Night Mode’ feature option from the drop-down menu again and you’ll be reverted back to your original settings.

In other news, in several recent studies, Twitter has been hailed as a useful tool that can be used for social and health benefits.

Twitter has been said to be a lot of things, from a micro blogging site where people express their thoughts in a few words or more recently the social media platform for trolls and cyber bullies. But a recent study has called it a platform which can help in predicting crime.

Another study pointed out that the platform can help in predicting the rise of influenza, depression or other health issues.

A few week back, Twitter also shut down SnappyTV and integrated all its features into its Media Studio.

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