YouTube extends its 'Dark Theme' to Android and iOS


YouTube says Dark theme was one of the "top requested features on mobile". Once installed, users are able to select their profile header and navigate to a new page where they are given the option to pick either the default light theme or switch to the new dark theme. From there, you'll notice the background of the app darkens to a deep gray color.

The dark theme will be available on iOS starting today. If any app actually needed a dark mode, it might be the YouTube app, which can be blindingly bright in a dark room.

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Google announced that a dark mode for YouTube is finally coming to Android and iOS.

Dark theme is not just a cool addition, it can be easier on the eyes of users after a long period of time.

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The dark mode was first spotted back in January by MacRumors. Those on desktop can now activate the feature by clicking the three dots on the top right corner and then dark theme. However, much like how a simple cup-holder in a auto can make or break a sale, a dark theme will prove a popular addition to the YouTube mix.

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YouTube's update is reportedly being done to reduce glare and give the app a more "cinematic view" as its users consume videos and even movies on the platform. Now, we know that it is on iOS and that it will soon be debuting on Android.