4:00PM Tuesday 13 March
YouTube is adding a new dark theme to its mobile apps, starting with iOS today. To activate the new theme, simply tap the account icon, go to settings, select “dark theme,” and enjoy the new look. Read More »
125 Days Ago YouTube has started rolling out an update today that adds a dark mode to its mobile application. The update has reportedly started rolling out to iOS users and will be followed shortly by an update for Android.
125 Days Ago YouTube announced on Tuesday that its mobile app is getting a dark mode, just like its desktop site. Set to roll out on iOS in the coming days, the dark theme (as it has been officially dubbed) turns all of the white space black and swaps the text from black to white.
125 Days Ago YouTube is officially rolling out a Dark Theme setting for its mobile app on iOS. The new feature turns the background dark, which cuts down on glare and allows users to take in the true colors of the videos they're watching.
125 Days Ago YouTube's Dark Theme feature has officially started rolling out to users on Apple's iOS platform. Team YouTube took to Twitter to make this announcement yesterday. It's finally here!
125 Days Ago Sometimes the best features come when tech companies let their programmers and designers play around a bit. That's certainly the case with YouTube's "Dark theme," which arrives today on the iOS version of the app.
125 Days Ago Ever since YouTube introduced the dark theme to its website last year, we’ve been wondering when it would hit mobile. Fret no more ninjas, goths, and other creatures of darkness – the feature is rolling out today to iOS, while it’ll arrive for Android “soon.” Aesthetic preferences aside, Dark Theme is a lot easier on the eyes when browsing videos in a dimly lit or dark room.
125 Days Ago Update 1: 2018/03/13 11:23am PDT The official announcement is now up on Twitter. Availability may take a few days to spread to all iOS users. As for Android, we still don't have anything more The much-anticipated system-wide dark mode we were looking forward to (after the arrival of some tantalizing evidence) in an upcoming Android release may not exactly be right around the corner, but there's still ample reason to be excited if you're the kind of user who craves that easy-on-the-eyes look for