Last year, Twitter introduced a new feature called Night Mode. This feature allows you to see your Twitter timeline in a dark color, instead of white as we usually see. This is not a new thing actually. TweetDeck — an official Twitter client app that is be bought by Twitter in 2011 has been adopting this look for a long time, and still existing until now.
Twitter’s Night Mode is only available for official mobile app. At least until now this feature haven’t available for web.
I don’t know if you impressed with this feature or not. But if you want to apply this dark look on Twitter web you can use a Google Chrome extension called Twitter Web Night Mode.
This extension will adds a new icon to your Google Chrome toolbar and will be active every time you click the icon. Re-clicking the icon will be deactivating the Night Mode. Quite simple. Isn’t it?.
Twitter Web Night Mode applies to your entire Twitter, including timeline (Home), Notifications tab and Message. Here’s how to get your Twitter’s Night Mode on web.
- Simply visit this URL to get the Twitter Web Night Mode. Click the ADD TO CHROME button to add it to your Chrome.
- Once the extension is successfully installed, you will see a new small icon at the Chrome tool bar.
- Visit Twitter.com and login with your account. While you keep logged in, click on the Twitter Web Night Mode icon and, voila!. Your Twitter turned dark.
What about Firefox?
Don’t worry, folks. Twitter Web Night Mode is also available for Firefox.
- Visit this URL to get Twitter Web Night Mode Firefox add-on and press the Add to Firefox button.
- A new icon will appear next to the address bar of Firefox. This icon will only appear when you visit Twitter.com.