By now, you can find a dark mode option just about everywhere – in apps, operating systems and more. It involves the use of a darker color scheme than whatever the light-colored default may be. The main reasons that most people prefer them is that reading light text on dark backgrounds can be easier, and using a screen in dark environments with a dark color scheme causes less screen glare. If you have an OLED or AMOLED screen dark mode will even reduce the power usage of your phone compared to power usage with a light theme.
Tip: OLED and AMOLED screens require less power when displaying a darker image and almost no power when displaying black. This is because on these screen types the pixels are the source of the light from the screen. In comparison, a traditional LCD screen uses pixels to color the light from a backlight. This backlight is always on when the screen is on, drawing power even when displaying a black screen.
To enable dark mode in the Vivaldi browser for Android, you’ll need to use the in-app settings. To open Vivaldi’s settings, tap on the Vivaldi icon in the top-right corner, at the end of the URL bar.
From the drop-down list, tap on “Settings”.
In the settings menu, you’ll need to scroll down to the “Appearance” sub-section, then tap the “Themes” option.
Vivaldi defaults to matching the system-wide theme of your phone. If you’re using a dark phone theme, or are using a battery saver mode, then Vivaldi will default to using a dark theme. Similarly, if your device is using a light theme, then Vivaldi will do the same.
You can override Vivaldi’s theme selection by manually selecting a light or dark theme. Your setting will immediately apply