Here is how you can turn on Night Mode in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

Twitter is one of the most used online social network services with more than 360 million monthly active users. Basically, Twitter allows its users to send and read tweets, short 140-character messages. Twitter has recently released its much-awaited feature called Night Mode. If you are now using an iPhone, Night Mode is not a new concept. But for many of Twitter fans, Night Mode is really something that they don’t want to miss at all.

Basically, Night Mode will turn your screen dark, making it much easier for users to use the app at night. Twitter’s Night Mode feature is quite similar to the Night Shift Mode found on the Apple iPhone. However, Night Mode has its own selling point.

If you are one of those who frequently use Twitter at night, we recommend you to protect your eyes from getting strained out and get a better sleep.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to turn on Night Mode in Twitter on iOS device

How to turn on Night Mode in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

Before we get started, make sure that you have updated Twitter to the latest version.

Step 1: Launch Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad

Step 2: While you are in the app, tap on the Me tab, and then tap on the gear icon next to the Edit Profile button.


Step 3: Select “Turn on Night Mode” from the option menu


Step 4: Once you are done, the screen will turn dark, making using the app at night much easier on your eyes.

How to disable Night Mode in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

For many of us, Night Mode seems to be a useful tool to get a good night’s sleep. However, others may find it annoying or they simply don’t want to use Twitter at night. If you sit in this opposing group, you can easily turn off the feature.

Step 1: Open Twitter app on your device, and tap on Me tab located at the bottom right corner, and tap on the gear icon.

Step 2: Tap on Turn off Night Mode.


That’s it! Night Mode is a great feature for Twitter users. If you are a big fan of Twitter, Night Mode is really something that you really want to experience.

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