Dark Mode for Gmail is Here!

How to Enable Dark Mode on Instagram (Android & iOS)

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Unfortunately, it looks like only a small percentage of users will be able to enjoy this though as the announcement says it's only available for devices running on Android 10.

With the addition of a system-wide dark mode to Android 10, Google is in the process of adding dark modes to its wide range of mobile apps. Yes, you read that right! Like past dark mode sightings, this one isn't available for WhatsApp public beta users either. As of now, there is no way to toggle between dark and regular mode inside the Instagram app.

With the rollout of Android 10 and its system-wide dark mode option, we can expect apps to roll out the full black carpet for their products.

Ultimately, however, the largest benefit of software developers offering users a dark mode is that it provides them with a choice based upon their needs.

Just as with Google Tasks, there is a Theme option which can be used to choose between Light and Dark mode, or you can opt to have the app match the setting you have chosen for Android as a whole. If you're not seeing it on your device, it's possible it's still on its way to you or you're not on Android 10. While they sound like worthy advantages, it hasn't stopped the Internet from creating memes on the dark mode feature. Follow some of the simple steps given below to enable the all-new dark mode.

Which dark mode meme did you like best?

So, this is all about how to enable Dark Mode on Instagram. If you have any other doubts related to this, let us know in the comment box below.

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