YouTube's mobile app gets a darker mode. The company announced its dark theme this morning, which first appeared on its desktop site last year, will be released today on the YouTube iOS app and will be released soon on Android. With the setting turned on, the YouTube background will change from white to black throughout the YouTube experience as you navigate, search, and navigate through the app.
The hiring should give YouTube a cinematic feel, but has other benefits as well.  It can be a little easier for the eyes to use a dark subject, such as staring at a screen for a long time, and it can help you focus on the content rather than the controls. Some Tests Have Also Shown Dark Issues Save Battery Life – This is helpful for an app like YouTube, where users watch videos on mobile devices for more than one hour a day.
YouTube says its dark theme reduces glare and allows viewers to see the true colors of the videos they see on the phone.
The option to obfuscate YouTube was first introduced in a series of updates to the YouTube Desktop Experience in May 2017 as the YouTube-inspired, simpler and more accessible Material design inspired user interface was also introduced. The option to enable a similar dark theme on the phone soon became a top request.
It appeared that YouTube was playing with the option of a dark mode on the phone when several users discovered the feature in January ]. At the time, YouTube did not confirm whether the company wanted to switch to dark mode on mobile devices, but it probably looked.
With the launch of the YouTube theme on mobile devices, YouTube is the newest high-profile app this option. A number of apps today have the Dark mode, including Twitter; Twitter customers Tweetbot 4 and Twitterific 5; Reddit and the Reddit customers Beam, Narwhal and Apollo; Podcast player Overwhelming; Calendar App Fantastic 2; Telegram X; Instapaper; Bag; Feedly and many more .
To turn on dark design on iOS, tap the account icon, then tap Settings and Dark Design to turn the setting on and off.  The option is available today on iOS and will soon be released on Android.
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