Let’s discuss how you can get Snapchat dark mode in Developers Mode. Open your phone’s settings and look for the About Phone option. Now, search for the “Build Number” option. You can find it easily in “About Phone.” After that, look for the “Software Information” option.
First, you need to go to your Settings and select Display. Next, you have to choose Dark Mode which will activate the black theme across all of Android. Then you have to return to Settings and scroll all the way to the bottom until you find About Phone.
Or, if you want the Snapchat app to switch automatically between dark or light themes based on iOS appearance settings, choose Match System. Apart from the built-in method, you can also turn Snapchat UI into dark using Smart Invert mode on iOS.
Click the “Settings” option and search for “Display.” Now, turn on “Dark Theme,” as this option will automatically help you get the dark background. Now, you can finally enjoy the dark theme. In case this doesn’t work for you, try the developer mode option that we have mentioned below. Tap the “Settings” button and also tap the “Display.”
Inside the “App Appearance” menu, select “Always Dark.” Always Dark option to activate Snapchat dark mode on iPhone Image source: Toby Grey for …
Why can’t I find dark mode in Snapchat?
Dark mode is not available for Snapchat Android users. If you use an Android device, you will have to use the workarounds we have provided above to enable Snapchat dark mode.
For iOS users, ensure that your App has been updated to the latest version. Older apps do not have the dark mode option. If you have the latest App installed, follow our steps above to activate dark mode in your Snapchat settings.
Is there a dark mode for Snapchat?
Yes, there is dark mode for Snapchat. Currently, there is a released dark mode for Snapchat on both iOS and Android (Beta).
The dark mode on iOS can be accessed by visiting the setting menu in your Snapchat app. You can also set your Snapchat app to sync with your iOS dark mode automatically.
On the other hand, only approved Beta testers are allowed to use the dark mode officially. Other Android phone users can access the dark mode by forcing it using developer options.