Jack Dorsey (Twitter CEO) is promising users that an actual dark mode is in development—one that may really assist you reduce eyestrain and save battery life while browsing Twitter.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey replied to Alex Maxham, editor at Android Headline who was aggravated with the app’s present dark mode, highlighting it’s more of a dark blue instead of true black. Dorsey agreed, claiming that the team is already operating on a fix that will make it a real dark mode.
That true black color is essential due to the fact that of today’s handsets, including the newest iPhone XS, employ OLED screens that are able to completely turn off their bright pixels when showing a pure black. This means less draining of your battery. He claimed that users employing their computers or phones in the dark or late at night do not have to stress their eyes as much when looking at or reading from the screen.
On a related note, earlier Twitter and Facebook officials guaranteed Congress that they are insistently working to remove foreign attempts used to spread disagreement in America. In addition to this, they committed to better defend their social websites against manipulation at the time of midterm elections. Sheryl Sandberg (the second-most important executive of Facebook) and Dorsey testified in front of the Senate intelligence group this week.
Dorsey went in front of a House panel unaccompanied to talk about Republican concerns claiming Twitter is shadowing conservatives. Dorsey refused the claims. President Donald Trump has claimed that Twitter is partial against Republican opinions. Senators had harsh words for Larry Page (Alphabet CEO). Sen. Marco Rubio recommended that the firm was a no-show since it was “egotistical.” Sandberg’s appearance follows several months after Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO) testified at Capitol Hill hearings.