Dark Mode on Instagram is one of the social media users’ most sought-after app features over the years, and it has finally arrived on Apple devices. Instagram is operating the update and will eventually reach all users.
You can also manually download it by heading to the App Store and pressing the Instagram App Update button. Thus, from today the Dark Mode on Instagram is introduced in synergy with the default configurations of iOS 13: when we enable the device mode which uses the Dark Mode from Configurations > Display and Brightness > Dark Aspect, we will see the dark display when we use the social network.
Instagram’s Dark Mode is definitely a welcome addition, particularly for all those using an iPhone with OLED screens, marked by utter blacks relative to iPhone XR’s LCD technology iPhone 11, and previous iPhone X versions.
If the surrounding area is badly illuminated, they could keep shaking and sharing content, resisting the light effect of the brilliant white Instagram template.
The dark theme within the device can not actually be disabled, so we need to enable the global setting from the iOS 13 settings. For all users with the latest version of iOS, the update is available to download, though coming soon for Android.
Instagram does not add a feature to protect the privacy of its customers, nor drops it. The Follow segment in the app was removed with the new update, this category included feedback about actions taken by other apps, so users also did not feel comfortable giving praise / like thinking they might be spied on.