What you need to know
- A very small percentage of users are now able to use dark mode on Snapchat for iOS.
Snapchat is testing dark mode for iOS and iPhone with a very small numbers of users in a few markets.
From Apple Terminal:
According to AT, social media posts last week had begun to surface apparently showing that users on Snapchat were now seeing dark mode for the first time.
One such post from @kazum0o is shown below:
As the report notes, dark mode on Snapchat for iOS has been a yearned-for feature for many users for some time now, and Snapchat is very late to the party on this one. By contrast, WhatsApp introduced dark mode for iOS almost a year ago.
Snapchat's last major upgrade came in October of 2020, with the addition of a new 'Sounds' feature that will let users add songs to their snaps and stories, a new feature squarely aimed at rival TikTok. From that report:
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