Telegram for iPhone (iOS) has been updated to version 4.8 and has gained several new features. The highlight is the automatic night mode, which has been available for Android users for more than a month. When configured, the dark theme is automatically applied in low light environments or at night. The ideal function for those who want to use the messenger more comfortably in the dark, without harming their eyes with the bright and bright background of the cell phone screen.
If you?ve already updated your phone?s apps, check out the step by step and learn how to activate and set up automatic night mode. It is worth remembering that the feature remains an exclusive feature of Telegram WhatsApp, its main competitor, still does not have a dark theme.
Telegram for iPhone gains automatic night mode; learn how to configure Photo: Helito Bijora / TechTudo
Galaxy S8: how to use two WhatsApp accounts on the same phone
Step 1. Open the Telegram app and, in the bottom right corner of the screen, go to "Settings". Then tap on "Appearance" and open "Automatic Night Theme".
Access the Telegram settings Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 2. Select the "Scheduled" item to activate an automatic schedule. You can set a start and end time in "From" and "Until" or activate the option "Sunrise and Sunset". Telegram, then, will need your location to know when it gets dark. To do this, if requested, tap "Only During App Use".
Activating the programmed night mode Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 3. It is also possible to use night mode when the screen brightness is low, which is useful for dark environments, regardless of the time of day. In this case, select the "Automatic" option and use the slider to adjust the limit. Note that the smaller, the darker the room must be for night mode to be activated. Finally, you can choose between the dark and dark blue theme.
Activating automatic night mode Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Ready! Take advantage of the tips to set up Telegram's automatic night mode on your iPhone.
Telegram: four curious functions