The live audio platform Clubhouse announced this week that it is finally rolling out dark mode support to its iOS and Android users so they can use the Clubhouse mobile app with a dark interface. However, it will still take some time before the option becomes available to all users.
In an official blog post, Clubhouse says that dark mode was a long-awaited feature for its users. The company even confirmed that it was aware of tweaks and mockups created to show how much users were waiting for an opportunity to switch to a dark interface. Now the wait is over – or almost over.
The Clubhouse app for iOS and Android will now offer dark mode support, and it will pretty much work like any other app that already offers such a feature.
We have heard your prayers. We’ve seen your tweets. We’ve seen your hacked solutions and mocked versions of your dream user interface. And while it may have taken us longer than what would be considered “fast” or “reasonable” or “at all acceptable by human standards,” the wait is finally over. Today we begin to roll out Clubhouse Dark Mode in all its moody, non-blinding-you-at. 03.00 glory.
Instead of a completely black interface, however, the Clubhouse in the dark state will have a “velvety dark background” with light text, but not exactly white. According to the platform, this combination is intended to make the app more comfortable for those who use it at night.
Users can choose to enable dark mode based on device settings or simply leave dark mode enabled at all times.
To get dark mode support, make sure you have the latest version of the Clubhouse app installed on your phone. Still, the Clubhouse notes that it will take “a few days” before the feature appears to everyone.
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