Apple: These Are The 18 Best iOS Apps With Dark Mode
Apple: These Are The 18 Best iOS Apps With Dark Mode

We all know very well that the tech giant Apple in its latest operating systems macOS Mojave and iOS 12 has inserted some features that allow to change the interfaces of these two OS into the Dark Mode. This aesthetic option has been available for some time on the operating systems and has even achieved the dedication of services, such as YouTube. However, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Apple itself just published a list of best 18 iOS applications with dark mode feature.

Apple: These Are The 18 Best iOS Apps With Dark Mode

The tech giant Apple in its latest operating systems macOS Mojave and iOS 12 has inserted some features that allow to change the interfaces of these two OS into the Dark Mode. This aesthetic option has been available for some time on the operating systems and has even achieved the dedication of services, such as YouTube.

Now the Cupertino company, of course, the tech giant Apple has just unveiled 18 applications that it says are the best currently to activate Dark Mode on iOS. Let’s get to know these apps. As the Dark Mode on iOS is now available and can be tested.

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Now, install these apps to take full advantage of this graphical option:-

Reeder 3 – $4.99

Bear – Free

Instapaper – Free

Halide Camera – $5.99

Just Press Record – $4.99

Twitterrific – Free

Overcast – Free 

Polarr Photo Editor – Free 

Drafts 5 – Free

Calzy 3 – $2.99

Wikipedia – Free

Apollo for Reddit – Free

Feedly – Free

GoodTask 3: To Do List – Free

Anybuffer – Free

Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader – Free 

Grocery – Free

Speedtest by Ookla – Free

Apple completely redesigned the iPhone App Store last September with the launch of iOS 11 – and the tech giant Apple’s efforts seem to be worth it. As it was announced, in the first six months of iOS 11 availability, app downloads have skyrocketed, according to application analyst Sensor Tower.

It’s a simple case of cause and effect: people are downloading more apps because the tech giant Apple has found better ways to make them known to their audience.

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Dark Mode Apps

Recently, the tech giant Apple App Store publishers have created a daily roster. In this way, 18 applications that have already been programmed to support the “pure dark mode” have been highlighted.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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