Night Mode for Desktop allows you to save your eyes when using Twitter when it's dark out. Twitter introduced Night Mode to mobile last year and now they are finally bringing it to desktop.
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Twitter Night Mode for desktop is already live for some usersIf you use Twitter on your desktop/laptop, the Night Mode gives you another viewing option that's easier on the eyes. We don't imagine for a moment that any of you climb into bed with your desktop at the end of a long day, fumbling about with all the wires and massive monitor as you try to get comfortable for a quick pre-slumber web session.
Twitter 'Night Mode' on desktop in testing: here's where to find itIf you enjoy the Night Mode option that Twitter introduced on its mobile apps last year, we've got good news: the company is now testing that same feature on its desktop website. Some Twitter users have access to the Night Mode feature right now, though it hasn't rolled out for everyone.
Twitter is now testing out Night Mode on its desktop websiteLast August, Twitter finally released Night Mode for its iOS app, which brings a much darker UI when scrolling through your timeline. The official Twitter app for macOS has had Night Mode since its major redesign in December of 2015, but if you prefer to access Twitter through the official website, it looks like Twitter is now testing out this feature for select users.
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