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Twitter’s night mode is heading to a desktop near you.
Available on Android and iOS since July and August respectively, night mode is now coming to the company’s website.
Notably, this feature has been available on a number of other services for a while. TweetDeck is probably the best example. But if you prefer the simplicity of the website, you now needn’t burn a hole through your eyes with its piercing white background.
It’s simple to switch on too. The company explains:
To enable night mode via twitter.com, click on your profile photo, then select Night mode from the drop-down menu. To disable night mode, simply click on the Night mode setting again.
Users are reacting to the announcement with, uh… glee?
Thanks Twitter, it’s just what we needed: more darkness.
— Brian Ries (@moneyries) September 6, 2017
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
— Theresa (@GertieTheDino89) September 6, 2017
Very nice! pic.twitter.com/aoPW2KTmhz
— Austin Krause (@wunderkrause) September 6, 2017
Night mode for desktop is available now.