Clubhouse is finally rolling out dark mode support to its users on iOS and Android

Clubhouse, a live audio network, announced this week that it is finally bringing dark mode support to its customers on iOS and Android, allowing them to utilize the Clubhouse mobile app with a dark UI.

It will, however, take some time before the choice is offered to all users.

Clubhouse stated in an official blog post that dark mode was a long-awaited addition for its fans. The corporation also admitted that it was aware of adjustments and mockups developed to demonstrate how eager people were for a transition to a dark UI.

The wait is finally over—or almost so.

The Clubhouse app for iOS and Android will now support dark mode, and it will function similarly to any other app that currently has such a feature.

We’ve heard your pleas. We’ve spotted your tweets. We’ve seen your hacked together solutions and mocked up versions of the UI of your dreams. And while it might 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’re beginning to roll out Clubhouse dark mode in all of its moody, non-blinding-you-at-3-am glory.

Instead of a totally black interface, Clubhouse in dark mode will feature a “velvety dark backdrop” with bright writing that isn’t quite white.

This combination, according to the platform, is meant to make the app more pleasant for individuals who use it at night.

Users may activate dark mode depending on device settings or just leave it on all the time.

To enable dark mode, make sure you have the most recent version of the Clubhouse app loaded on your phone.

Clubhouse, on the other hand, says that it will be “a few days” before everyone can use the function.



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Peter Graham
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