How To Enable Dark Mode on Snapchat
The dark mode is now pretty common. Most apps and websites now offer a dark mode option for their users. Dark mode reduces Blue light from the screen and makes app usage comfortable at night. I have seen a lot of people who now use dark mode everywhere it is possible. Just like in other social media apps, Snapchat also lets users enable the dark mode if they want.
Dark Mode basically enables a dark scheme with white text. So, you can comfortably use Snapchat at night without feeling any kind of strain on your eyes. If you are not sure how you can enable dark mode on Snapchat, keep reading. In this article, I will give a step-by-step guide on how to enable Dark Mode on Snapchat.
Enable Dark Mode On Snapchat in iOS
It is really easy to enable dark mode on Snapchat in iOS.
Open the Snapchat app and click on your “Bitmoji” at the top left corner. Then tap on the gear icon located at the top right corner of the screen. Now scroll down until you find App Appearance.
Here, choose Always Dark.
This will enable the Dark Mode on the Snapchat app.
Enable Dark Mode On Snapchat in Android
On Android phones, Snapchat doesn’t offer an option to enable the dark mode. Still, you can get the dark mode by forcing the dark mode of Android on all the apps. For this, you need to first enable the dark mode of Android.
Note: Different phones use different UI such as OxygenOS, FuntouchOS, MIUI, ColorOS, and more. So, steps may differ.
To enable the Android’s dark mode, open the Settings app, go to Display, and then tap Dark mode. Here, turn on the toggle to enable the dark mode.
Snapchat doesn’t support the dark mode. So, enabling Android’s dark mode will not enable the dark mode on Snapchat. Now you will have to force Android’s dark mode on other apps. For this, open Settings and then go to Developer Options. Here scroll down to find Force Dark mode and enable it.
This will force the dark mode of Android on all the apps including Snapchat.
Now you know how to enable Dark mode on Snapchat. It is really easy on iOS but a bit tricky on Android. If you use Snapchat on Android, let me know if you get success in enabling the dark mode on Snapchat using the way I added in this article.