Slack's finally rolling out its dark mode on its iOS and Android apps. One of the reasons is that it conserves the device's battery life.
Now, after lots of anxiously waiting, Slack is getting an official dark mode.More news: Toyota says to boost United States investment to $13B over 5 years
Dark mode is the latest buzzword in the tech world, and every company is keen to adopt the same for its various applications. You will notice that dark mode is applied to menus, pop-ups, and the headers. The background should be turned into dark grey color and text into white color.
Facebook Messenger just started testing out a dark mode for its mobiles app. If after all these steps you don't see it, try to restart the app.
From the menu, tap on Settings.More news: Callum Hudson-Odoi reveals Chelsea FC’s best player in training
You can enable YouTube's dark mode on the web (for the current browser only) by clicking your avatar, then Dark theme.
Instead of dark black color Slack made a decision to use a dark grey color for the app's dark mode update. It's relatively easy to set up but could take a little while longer to activate than any of the modes above. Entering your name and the email associated with your Slack account will put you on the list to join the beta. You can do so by going here for iOS, and here for Android.
The feature, which recently launched in beta, is now available to everyone.More news: Facebook, Instagram down Wednesday: Facebook blames server configuration for longest-ever outage
As you probably know, dark mode has become one of the most requested features for almost every app on both iOS and Android. More developers are embracing dark mode all the time as well: It's even rumoured to be on the way for WhatsApp.