Monday, January 17, 2022

YouTube Material Redesign Brings Dark Mode Theme

YouTube has decided to make our day! Well, that’s if you love late-night browsing. And I am sure that’s most of you.

You can now enjoy YouTube in Dark Theme without Chrome Plugins and stuff. And not just that. YouTube is receiving a whole new design overhaul. Though still in the testing phase, you can try out here -> 

Here’s the new Material Design YouTube:

YouTube Material Design
Where are my recommendations YouTube?

Here’s YouTube Dark theme:

YouTube Material Dark


Now people will totally not sleep.

And when will Facebook/WhatsApp/Instagram/Messenger follow suit with dark themes?



Overall Look


Still needs a lot of work.

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