So you’ve used Apple’s macOS Mojave, and you’re really fired with the Dark Mode, obviously, you’re respectful its beauty.
The pretty desert photo you have set your laptop wallpaper, but the UI interface in dark.
What gives? The dark mode does not change the overall look like sunrise and sunset. Actually, you have to manually enable or disable.
At this moment when I’m saying wait, the Dynamic Desktop changes dependent on the time of the day.
The Apple’s new Night Shift feature both of the device macOS and iOS are same, its change depending on the time of the day. But the dark mode feature you can access manually.
The new feature comes with NightOwl, a little app of Mojave. It lodges in your menu bar, it’s really outstanding, and if you can set the feature about your desktop experience light to dark mode, it doesn’t matter sunrise/sunset, you can totally forget about it.
The other word you can use it quickly, and manually set Light or Dark depend on your priority, or otherwise, you can set a schedule between any time probably its day or night.
Simply the app is pretty polished. When NightOwl does it switch mode, it some cute owlish noise. There’s also a hidden feature: if you can right click on the icon in the menu bar to instantly switch between Light and Dark mode.
The amazing app created by developer Benjamin Kramer, it totally free, but it’s not open source and Apple hasn’t been officially released, so if you install it, its totally your risk.
Besides of the Apple will possibly add this existing feature itself in a year or two, otherwise maybe three.
Video Courtesy: Mashable