Snapchat now supports dark mode on iPhone almost two years after iOS 13 brought the feature to market.
Facebook is now testing its iOS app's dark mode publicly, although not with everyone just yet.
Google Meet fans – both of you – can now enjoy dark mode on your iPhone and iPad for the first time.
For those who enjoy using the Google Search app on their iPhone, Google is rolling out Dark Mode support starting tomorrow.
It's taken way, way longer than it should have but the Apple Store app now supports Apple's own Dark Mode.
Google has updated its Google Translate app for iPhone and iPad, adding support for dark mode a cool five months after it debuted in iOS and iPadOS 13.
Popular cloud storage app Dropbox has now updated its iPhone and iPad app to support dark mode.
A new robotic test performed by PhoneBuff shows that Dark Mode on iOS significantly extends battery life over Light Mode.
Overcast is one of the most popular podcatchers around and it’s just been updated with iOS 13 support. That means Dark Mode is now officially supported, too.
Popular note taking and external brain app Evernote has been updated with support for iOS 13. And yes. that means Dark Mode, too.
Some people spent all summer waiting for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 so they could try out Dark Mode. Now everyone has been using it for a few weeks, how’s it going?
The iOS 13 updates continue to roll out and Eve for HomeKit is the latest to arrive. Now you can control your home in gorgeous Dark Mode.
Instapaper is a stalwart of the App Store and now it's been updated with the new Dark Mode hotness.
Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between. This week: Dark Mode as a Service
Facebook Messenger promised an update that featured a dark mode earlier in the year, and now it seems the promised dark mode is here but there's a catch.
A proper dark mode has yet to arrive on iOS. But for now, we can use Smart Invert to achieve a similar effect.
These great apps already take advantage of macOS Mojave’s brand new, built-in Dark Mode, so you don't have to do any switching.
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