Unfortunately for fans of YouTube's mobile app, the feature was initially only available to desktop users.
Back in January, Mac Rumors reported the initial test of dark mode on iOS after a Reddit user found the feature in his recently updated YouTube app. According to The Verge, a Dark Mode will now also come to the YouTube app for both iOS and Android.More news: PM Narendra Modi says India aims to eradicate Tuberculosis by 2025
We spotted YouTube making progress in that direction early this year, as settings for a dark mode started to include more and more of the app's UI elements. The app will automatically switch to a darker hue, with no app restart necessary for the change to go into effect. The playback screen featured a more consistent skinning, and we already saw developers fine-tuning the shades of dark gray tones being employed. The dark theme as well accentuates the colours in the app, drawing the true colours of the videos out.
The point of Dark Mode is to make videos easier to watch on YouTube by inverting the main colors, turning white to black and vice versa.More news: Jose Mourinho hits back at Frank De Boer over Marcus Rashford comments
A lot of people who aren't subscribed to a music streaming service like Google Play Music or Spotify like listening and discovering new tracks on YouTube.
The update is rolling out to iOS users today and should arrive soon for Android users.More news: Arturo Vidal: 'Bayern Munich not scared of anyone in Champions League'