With dark mode taking over the OS’, app developers are working on dark mode support in their apps. Android 10 and iOS 13 have system-wide dark mode support. It’s about time that the third-party apps are embracing it. Applications from Apple already support dark mode in iOS 13, and Google also rolled out many apps with dark mode update.
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Third-party developers like Facebook has already introduced dark mode in apps like Messenger for iOS and Android. Twitter also has a dark mode in its iOS and Android app. WhatsApp dark mode is still in works as seen in beta versions but still unavailable. Slack is also one of the apps with dark mode support. Now, Instagram becomes the part of the dark mode realm by offering dark mode in its Android and iOS app.
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The new update for Instagram brings dark mode to both Android and iOS apps. The new dark mode changes with the change in default dark mode. It doesn’t have a dark mode switch like Twitter; however, it changes to dark mode when you enable the system’s dark mode. Just turn on the dark mode from iOS 13 settings or Android 10 settings, and you’ll get dark mode.