YouTube is getting a dark theme for iOS and Android today

YouTube is finally getting a dark mode on Android and iOS

YouTube is getting a dark theme for iOS and Android today

YouTube has announced that it's rolling out Dark Mode to its apps for iOS and Android devices.

For the unaware, Dark Mode is a feature that essentially flips YouTube's normal white color scheme to one mostly composed of various shades of black and gray.

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YouTube is finally giving its mobile app a dark theme, almost a year after the Google subsidiary introduced the night-friendly mode on desktop. It certainly is freaky that iOS is getting the dark theme before Android, given that YouTube and Android are both developed by Google.

Having a dark theme has its advantages.

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If you're a regular YouTube viewer, you've probably already heard of the platform's "Dark Mode" functionality. So far, only iOS users will be able to turn on dark mode (though it's reportedly headed to Android "soon"), which they can do using a toggle in the app's Settings.

We spotted YouTube making progress in that direction early this year, as settings for a dark mode started to include more and more of the app's UI elements. Offering a dark theme on YouTube also makes sense from an aesthetic perspective because it gives the app a more cinematic feel. In a way this is a great option but ...

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