tech2 Information StaffOct 25, 2019 12:58:35 ISTTwitter has rolled out a brand new festive emoji — a diya — for Diwali 2019 on the platform. However as an alternative of simply protecting it a easy emoji, Twitter has added just a little trick to it to make it extra enjoyable.
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Apparently, you’ll be able to management how excessive the diya’s flame burns. When considered in Gentle mode, the flame of the diya shall be small, and it’ll burn brighter for those who change to the darkish mode. The flame dimension is identical for each Dim and Lights out darkish modes.
The Diwali emoji shall be out there on Twitter till 29 October.
This yr for #Diwali you’ll be able to resolve how vibrant Twitter’s दिया emoji ought to burn!
Change to darkish mode on Android or iOS and you will see the flame burn brighter✨ pic.twitter.com/wri0gpQbtt
— Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) October 25, 2019
“In keeping with our custom of participating individuals on this dialog, in addition to delighting them with improvements, now we have launched a ‘Lights On’ diya emoji to characterize the enjoyment of the competition of lights,” Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India stated.
Earlier this week, Twitter lastly introduced the Lights Out darkish mode to Android, after it enabled the function for iOS and the net earlier this yr.
(Additionally learn: How you can permits Twitter Lights Out on Android)
Lights Out is an AMOLED-black darkish mode. Moreover being straightforward on the eyes, the mode can also be straightforward in your gadget’s battery. Do not confuse this for the darkish mode that has already been out there for Twitter customers. The prevailing one, referred to as Dim, is a blue/grey theme, which could be triggered routinely based mostly on sundown. Nonetheless, ‘Lights Out’ makes the backdrop of the app pitch darkish.
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