Twitter has begun rolling out an automatic night mode for users of its Android app, building on a feature the social media giant first made available last year.
Until now, night mode on the social media platform has involved users switching it on and off so as to stop searing brightness hurting their eyes when using Twitter after dark.
Now though, Twitter has started offering the chance to toggle this mode to automatic.
That means that the app will stay dark between sun down and sunrise, offering a darker display and less harmful yellow light to those who can’t look away from their Twitter feed.
At the moment, the tool is in beta mode only, with some users receiving the tweak and some not. You can check by heading into the night mode menu in Twitter’s settings.
There’s no word on when the feature will get a wider rollout, but it’s likely to come to all Android handsets in the next few months.
There’s no word on when it will make it to Apple’s iPhone.