We are living in the modern digital era where our actual starts at night. We tend to do our favorite things at night and we all love it. Whether it a movie night or a girls sleepover, all fun begins with night and YouTube. Right?
With this in mind, like many other applications for your smartphones, YouTube also comes with the night mode that helps you to get more out of your night and that too without hurting your eyes. And as a matter of fact, watching videos in a dark mode can be really distracting. So want to know how to enable Dark Mode on YouTube app for your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?
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How To Enable Dark Mode In YouTube On Android Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
Just like night mode or dark mode feature on several apps, YouTube’s dark mode feature allows you to switch from the bright blinding white light of the standard app or website to a deep black that’s kinder on your eyes – particularly in a darkened room.
The introduction of the night mode on YouTube actually gave us all movie lovers a reason to rejoice. However, this night mode or dark mode doesn’t come by default on the YouTube app for Android. That means, you guys have to enable it manually. Fortunately, enabling a night mode on YouTube isn’t much hard. You can follow the steps below to enjoy all your favorite YouTube videos with the eyes-friendly background.
Here’s how you can turn on the dark mode in YouTube app on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus:
- In order to get started, you need to unlock your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus device and head towards the YouTube app.
- Tap the YouTube app to launch it and once it is updated with its new homepage, tap on your profile photo in the top right corner.
- Tapping on your profile photo will open an option list from where you have to select “Settings” Option.
- In the Settings tab, tap on the “General” settings.
- From there, toggle the “Dark Theme” On.
Now that you have enabled the dark theme on your YouTube app to enjoy videos all night long without hurting your eyes. Also, you can disable the night mode when you need a bright YouTube screen during the daytime by following exactly above mentioned steps and toggling the Dark Theme Off. It is really that simple. Now you can enjoy your favorite YouTube videos in any lighting conditions without straining your eyes.
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