Twitter to add automatic Night Mode on Android
Twitter to add automatic Night Mode on Android

Twitter has recently made many important changes on its well-established micro-blogging site to offer an improved experience to its users.

Gigantic social media platform Twitter will soon add an automatic Night Mode UI on its Android app, according to a report. The feature will swap the currently used white background with a darker appearance, only if the report is to be believed.

However, Twitter has yet not given any statement regarding the feature in question. As of now, the platform is testing the feature among a small group of alpha testers. Presently, Twitter users have no other option than to use standard white background user interface. With the roll out of feature, users might switch to try a new user interface, especially during night.

Once released, the new Night Mode UI will automatically change the white background with dark blue-colored user interface along with the white text, which will make it easy for Twitter users to navigate between all its features during the night.

Twitter is not only experimenting with Night Mode, but testing different buttons position as well.   The platform is testing with overflow buttons, hamburger slide-out menus and floating action buttons for the creation of new tweets.

This is not all! Twitter has also changed its 140-charcter limit. Twitter is now offering more space to its users to play with the 140-character limit. The platform has announced some new changes aimed at making tweets simpler than ever.

Twitter says it will no longer calculate @names and media attachments like videos, GIFs, photos, quote tweets and polls in replies towards users 140 approved characters, though links will still be counted.

Twitter will implement these changes in coming months. Further, Twitter has plans to help users get more from their tweets.

“We’re exploring ways to make existing uses easier and enable new ones, all without compromising the unique brevity and speed that make Twitter the best place for live commentary, connections, and conversations”, said Twitter in a blog post.

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Twitter to add automatic Night Mode on Android
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Twitter will soon add an automatic Night Mode on Android app, which will swap the currently used white background with a darker appearance.
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