So you want to turn darkmode snapchat On, but don't know how.
You’re not alone. The feature wasadded recently and there are a lot of people asking how to turn it on and takeadvantage of night mode snapchat,but let me tell you—it’s pretty easy. There is a little bit of waiting involved, but you can probably get it set up within five minutes or so (if you know what you’re doing). If you want to try out night mode in snapchat right now, here’s how First, update your app: If you don't have version 10.37.0 of snapchat downloaded yet, you'll need to do that first before anything else willwork. It's available for both iOS and Android users alike, so if you haven't updated already then go ahead and do that first thing. This is important because without updating your app you won't be able to use night mode in snapchat at all—so make sure that gets done before moving forward with anything else below! Next: Open your camera: Once your app has been updated, open up your camera like normal until night mode appears as an option underneath Normal on iOS devices or directly under Camera on Android devices.
Navigate the app until you see the gear icon
By default, you should see a white background as soon as youopen up your camera. But if you want to turn on dark mode in Snapchat, here’show: Simply tap and hold down on that gear icon at the top of your screen untilit spins around. Once it stops spinning, you’ll be able to select between lightand dark modes. Tap dark or light depending on which one you prefer—and thenswipe right or left to go back into your app! That's all there is to it—you'renow using Dark Mode InSnapchat. :) If you have any questions let us know below!undefined
Select Settings from the list
To turn on snap dark mode, you'll need to open your app and selectSettings. If you're not sure how to get there, it'll take three easy steps:swipe down from your camera screen, tap your profile icon (the one with yourname), and finally tap Settings near the bottom of your screen. From here,scroll down and toggle Dark Theme on or off. You can also add an emoji reactionthat pops up when friends send you snaps that have no text. These reactionsinclude a selection of four emojis like hearts, a smiley face emoji, an angryface emoji (that will say Why did I just get snapchatted?!) or a laughing sohard my stomach hurts face emoji.undefined
Select Manage under Dark theme
If you have an iPhone, you’ll need to open up your settingsmenu, then select General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations. Fromthere, turn on Color Filters in order for Snapchat’s night mode to work.Finally, select Manage under Color Filters and then Add Filter. Make sure thatRed-Green is selected from Color Wheel before choosing a color (I chosepurple). Once you’ve selected your color, scroll down and hit Done. You shouldnow be able to see night mode in Snapchat when you go back into your app. Itwill automatically turn off at sunrise and back on at sunset.