How To Enable Dark Mode: Apps, Websites, and Devices

It is usually comfortable to scroll through your phone and desktop during the day with all your apps and the websites you visit on light mode, but once the surroundings get darker, it would be preferable to switch to dark mode, since the light mode is just too bright to look at. Listed are some of the apps, websites, and devices that can support a night/dark mode feature and how you can turn this feature on.

How to enable Dark Mode on devices:

Enable Dark Mode: Different Apps, Websites, and Devices


Settings > Personalization > Colors > Choose your app mode > Dark.


Settings > Display > Device Theme > Dark.

iOS and iPadOS

Settings > Display & Brightness > Dark.


Apple Menu > System Preferences > Genera > Dark.

How to Enable Dark Mode on the following Apps and Websites:

Enable Dark Mode: Different Apps, Websites, and Devices

Messenger App on Android

Tap your Avatar > Slide Dark Mode On.

Gmail on Web

Log In to your account > Settings > Themes > Pick Your Theme > Dark.

Google Calendar App on Android

Google Calendar > Settings > General > Theme > Dark.


YouTube App on iOS: Tap your avatar > Settings > Dark Theme

YouTube App on Android: Tap your avatar > General > Settings > Dark Theme.

YouTube on Web: Tap your avatar > Dark Theme: Off > Slide Dark Theme On.

Instagram on Web

Log In to your account > Settings and Privacy > General > Display >Background > Dim/Lights Out.

Twitter Android and iOS App

Settings and privacy > Display and sound > and Dark mode

Slack on Web

Tap your Workplace name on the upper left corner of your screen > Preferences >Themes > dark.

Reddit on Web

Tap your avatar icon > View Options > Slide to Night Mode.


Pinterest App on Android: Tap your profile > Edit settings >Theme > Dark.

Pinterest App on iOS: Pinterest App will follow the iOS’ device’s settings. Settings > Display & Brightness > Dark.


Chrome Dark Mode

If you want everything you see within the Chrome in Dark Mode, including social media platforms and websites that don’t even have a Dark Mode feature, you can go here chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark. From there go to Force Dark Mode on Web Contents > Enabled. This will make you able to force everything you see using Chrome in Dark Mode.

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