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For the sake of your eyes: Instagram finally rolls out Dark Mode on Android 10, iOS 13

Instagram is offering a dark mode in its app for both operating systems.

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Last Updated: Oct 09, 2019, 09.39 AM IST
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It seems counter intuitive – after all, social media helps you share your opinions and speak to a larger audience. But thanks to rampant identity theft and online stalking, there is a solid argument to be made to target your social posts instead of keeping them public. Karan Bajaj shows you how.
It seems counter intuitive – after all, social media helps you share your opinions and speak to a larger audience. But thanks to rampant identity theft and online stalking, there is a solid argument to be made to target your social posts instead of keeping them public. Karan Bajaj shows you how.
CALIFORNIA: Scrolling endlessly through the night on Instagram will be less stressful for your eyes as the Dark Mode is now supported on the app.

Apple added system-wide dark mode in iOS 13 while Google offered it in Android 10. Now, Instagram is offering a dark mode in its app for both operating systems, Engadget reports.

For instance, if you have enabled dark mode on your device, Instagram will auto-switch to a black background with white text.

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