iOS: Clubhouse announces Dark Mode for Android and iOS


Audio-only social media app Clubhouse has announced Dark Mode on Android and iOS. The feature will start rolling out for Android and iOS devices from Thursday, April 14.
To enable the feature, users need to go to settings and choose “dark mode”. From there, you’ll also have the options of “Always Dark Mode” or “User Device Settings” to set the mode as per your requirement.
“It’s exactly what you’d expect — light, but not too light, text on a velvety dark background. This makes it easier for night owls to hang on Clubhouse until the wee hours of the morning (and might save your battery life a bit, too).”, the platform said in a blog post.
Clubhouse has said that users need not fret if they don’t see the feature on the launch day itself as the rollout may take up to two days to reach the devices.
Clubhouse recently introduced a Wave Bar feature to make it easier to connect and chat with friends on the platform. The feature added a waving hand symbol to the profile icons of your friends at the top of the screen.
The Wave Bar showcases the profile pictures of your friends at the top of the app. When a friend comes online, you can wave at them and invite them to chat with you. With this feature, Waves can open social rooms instead of private rooms, so that friends of speakers can join the conversation and speakers can ping in friends.

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