Night Eye offers much more than enabling dark mode. You can go deeper and use some or all available filters such as blue light filter, contrast, brightness and others. Although still in experimental phase, Night Eye will allow you to change the colors of the website. For most people, the default settings are good enough so at the beginning don’t bother with them. Night Eye will automatically enable dark mode on every website you visit.
One of the major limitations of Night Eye is that it is available for desktop only. It is a browser extension that works on all major browsers.
So how do you install and use Night Eye to get dark mode for nearly any website on the Internet?
1. Open https://nighteye.app
and click on the browser icon you are currently using.
2. After successful installation, the icon of Night Eye will appear next to the URL bar - open it.
3. Pick a preferred language for the extension
4. That is it!
It is pretty straight forward and does not differ from the other extensions you already installed on your browser.
P.S. This blog post was written in Dropbox Paper. You can read it there as well - https://paper.dropbox.com/doc/Dropbox-Paper-Dark-mode-is-now-available--AXACfaIKskGhbFsTRzr5cTJdAQ-kl3FkVxb1vG0C6UFucrJd
Dropbox Paper is a popular app that we constantly monitor and try to improve for you. Since the post was published, we made several updates fixing small issues (fixed several visual elements and the content navigation). Please let us know if you spot something that is not looking good while dark mode is enabled. You can always contact us at [email protected]