Apple’s beta testing app TestFlight has today been updated with support for Dark Mode. The update comes following last week’s release of iOS 13, which includes support for a system-wide Dark Mode.
Dark Mode in iOS 13 can be manually enabled via Settings or Control Center, or automatically turned on based on a schedule or time of day. TestFlight taps into that by automatically adjusting its theme based on your system-wide theme.
The lack of Dark Mode in TestFlight was noticeable following the release of iOS 13 given the app’s all-white interface. With today’s update to version 2.5, however, TestFlight is now fully compatible with Dark Mode.
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