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Every app should have a dark mode, and it’s good for your eyes, your brain and your battery
Dark Mode: It’s good for your eyes, your battery and maybe even your sanity, and it’s hidden in most of your devices and apps. Here’s how to turn it on almost everywhere.
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Eloisa Martinez Nov 23
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If only people understood the power of the dark side... 😌😏😎
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twitch.tv/travislytham Nov 23
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Yes. Dark Mode Is In. Guess What...once you go dark you not going back. lol
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Christine♐️🎗🦄 | #LateWithLilly Nov 23
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YES.
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François Revol Nov 24
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Every *OS* should have a dark mode, and apps should just respect the UI instead of enforcing stupid schemes/skins on their own.
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Tom Wallen Nov 23
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👏👏👏👏
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Sunny Nov 23
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Good for your eyes? I’ve read reports that state otherwise.
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Robgarren Nov 23
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Yeah...even my toaster and coffee maker have this. 😉
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LizR Nov 23
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Tried dark mode, no thanks. To each his own, but to me "If the gods meant mankind to read books printed in light on dark, we'd still be reading knife scars gouged into tree bark." And, at the end of the road, Goethe was said to have yelled "More light!" not "More dark!"
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mrs. smith Nov 23
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I keep the white point turned down in my display settings. It kills my eyes 🤦🏼‍♀️
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Kurt Pimentel Nov 23
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We love ours in dark mode
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