Slack’s Latest Update Adds Dark Mode for iOS and Android


Just scroll down toward the bottom, and you'll see the "Dark Mode" entry.

Slack's doing its bit in the quest to save your phone's battery life: The company just launched dark mode for mobile. The dark mode was released for beta users but now the service has extended the visually soothing feature to everyone. But here in this method, we'll share with you How to Enable Dark Mode in the Google Feed on Nova Launcher easily. So, if you want to get Dark Mode right now, you will need to enter the Beta program.

With more and more iOS apps gaining Dark mode, there's a high possibility that we will also see Apple jump on the dark mode bandwagon with iOS 13 later this year. Keep reading to learn more details about this feature finally coming to the app and how you can test it out right now. It's disabled by default, and activating it will cause the app to restart. It takes a lot of work to get dark mode in Facebook Messenger since you have to send yourself or someone else the moon emoji.

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Image Stan Schroeder Mashable

It's the same with Notes - if you don't like the dark backgrounds dark mode introduces, you can switch back this element via Notes, Preferences, and Use dark backgrounds for note content.

Google is taking its sweet time giving Android a proper dark UI mode, leaving individual developers to pick up the slack. And on Saturday, 9to5Google reported that Android was also rolling the feature out to its beta Android users.

You can enable YouTube's dark mode on the web (for the current browser only) by clicking your avatar, then Dark theme. More developers are embracing dark mode all the time as well: It's even rumoured to be on the way for WhatsApp.