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How to Enable Dark Mode on Twitch [Mobile & PC]

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Twitch Dark Mode

Wondering how to enable dark mode on the Twitch? Well, it is pretty simple. Twitch has built-in options to enable dark mode on both desktop and app versions. The dark mode on Twitch will reduce the eye strains while live streaming your gaming sessions during low-light conditions. If your smartphone has an OLED display, the dark mode will save your battery life a little bit. Without any further delay, let’s have a look at the procedure to enable the dark theme on Twitch.

Enable Twitch Dark Mode on Android & iOS

Ensure that the Twitch app installed on your Android or iOS device was updated to the latest version.

Step 1: Launch the Twitch app and sign-in to user account.

Step 2: On the top left corner of your screen, tap your Profile icon.

Step 3: Tap the three dot menu icon on the top right corner of screen.

Step 4: Tap Enable Dark Mode.

Twitch Dark Mode

Step 5: Now, you can see the dark theme on your Twitch app.

You can also enable dark mode by selecting Settings (on step 4) -> Preferences -> toggle the slider located next to Enable Dark Mode.

Enable Twitch Dark Theme on PC Browser

The procedure to enable Twitch Dark mode on the PC version remains the same for all web browsers. But, Chrome and Firefox browser is highly recommended for better navigation.

Step 1: Once you logged in to your Twitch account, select your Profile icon.

Step 2: Toggle the Dark Mode slider located just below the language menu.

Twitch Dark Mode

Step 3: The theme will be changed within a fraction of seconds.

Note – You can also extensions like Night Eye for dark mode on PC versions.

Voila. You’re done. Make use of these methods and change the appearance on Twitch while streaming or watching gaming feeds. On the other hand, dark mode is not recommended to use during daylight conditions.

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