“We’ve heard your pleas,” the company said in a blog post. “We’ve spotted your tweets. We’ve seen your hacked together solutions and mocked up versions of the UI of your dreams. And while it might have taken us longer than what would be considered ‘fast’ or ‘reasonable’ or ‘at all acceptable by human standards,’ the wait is finally over.”
You can turn on the new mode by navigating to your settings and selecting “dark mode.” You also have the option to select an “Always Dark Mode” setting along with a “User Device Settings” option, which will match the system setting your phone is set to at that moment.
The company says the update may take a couple of days to roll out to all Clubhouse users. You’ll need to have the latest version of Clubhouse installed on your phone to get access to the new setting.
Live audio grew in popularity amid the pandemic as people around the world were confined to their homes. But, as restrictions have been lifted for the most part around the world and in-person events have returned, Clubhouse may be looking to retain users by launching new features, including the long-awaited dark mode.