YouTube is getting a dark theme for iOS and Android today

YouTube is getting a dark theme for iOS and Android today

YouTube is getting a dark theme for iOS and Android today

Apple's iOS will be the first to get Dark Mode as YouTube starts pushing it out today.

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To toggle on/off the new Dark Theme, just tap your profile icon, go to Settings and then you'll see the toggle setting to turn it on or off. Lo and behold, YouTube for Android and iOS is finally gaining the elusive dark mode, reports The Verge. It's gentler on the eyes, which could encourage users to spend more time on YouTube's mobile app and possibly let them sleep easier. It certainly is weird that iOS is getting the dark theme before Android, given that YouTube and Android are both developed by Google. At the time, the feature wasn't made available to all users, nor was it officially announced by the company. Regardless, we'll be letting you know the moment we catch wind of it going live.

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If you're a regular YouTube viewer, you've probably already heard of the platform's "Dark Mode" functionality.

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