Instagram is finally entitled to a dark mode on Android 10. Like many applications, including Facebook Messenger, the social network has finally decided to move on the dark side. To benefit before anyone else, we invite you to download the beta version of the application.
Not surprisingly, Instagram is getting a dark mode on Android 10. This dark mode is currently being deployed on some devices equipped with the beta version of the application, reports XDA Developpers. Unfortunately, it does not seem possible to activate it on all Android smartphones at the moment. In other cases, the result is a little random. Beta forces, the dark interface is not yet 100% developed.
Instagram: dark mode is available in beta on Android 10, download APK
As XDA Developpers points out, this dark mode especially helps to ease your eyes if you visit the social network in the middle of the night. In addition, the theme highlights the photos and videos posted by users. To enable the mode on Instagram, you must first enable the system-wide dark mode of Android 10 . For now, the beta seems to be reserved for smartphones already equipped with Android 10. Some Samsung smartphones equipped with One UI also seem compatible.
For now, we do not know when the dark mode will be deployed on the stable version of Instagram. To try to move from the dark side right now, there are two solutions. You can either sign up for Instagram’s beta program directly on the Google Play Store. You will then automatically receive all updates in beta.
You can also download and install the app with APK put on APK Mirror. If you do not know how to do it, we advise you to take a look at our file which explains how to download an APK on Android . What do you think of this dark mode? Is it already available on your smartphone?