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13 March 2018, 11:41 | Dale Webster
Above You Tube Dark Theme
YouTubefirst introduced a dark theme on its platform last summer with an update to the web-app and is introducing it to mobile for the first time with this update after a brief testing period. YouTube reportedly said Android users will be receiving the feature "soon" but did not specify an exact release date. The feature does exactly the same on desktop, changing the background color to black. Regardless, we'll be letting you know the moment we catch wind of it going live. However, much like how a simple cup-holder in a vehicle can make or break a sale, a dark theme will prove a popular addition to the YouTube mix. YouTube tested the setting on desktop during the first few months of 2017 before rolling out its new desktop design in August. The playback screen featured a more consistent skinning, and we already saw developers fine-tuning the shades of dark gray tones being employed.
The update is rolling out to iOS users today and should arrive soon for Android users. This feature is primarily geared towards users who tend to browse YouTube late at night when the website's ordinary bright colors can be a little hard on the eyes.
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