San Francisco: After rolling out ‘Night Mode’ feature for smartphones earlier this year, Microblogging platform Twitter may soon bring it to desktops.
The ‘Night Mode’ has been seen on desktop in select users’ accounts, 9To5Google reported on Wednesday.
This mode gives a dark user interface (UI) to the desktop website, making late-night tweeting easier on the eyes.
The feature can be accessed by clicking on the profile photo and then the ‘Night Mode’ tab at the bottom of the pop-up menu.
However, there has been no formal announcement by the company so far.
According to the report, the feature may soon be rolled out to all users after testing.