Night Eye enables dark mode on MIT Technology Review
Turning the page into dark mode is the easiest and most effective way of being able to read the content. Dark mode makes those pesky white backgrounds disappear, and in their place, you’re left with a readable screen. Night Eye does this with MIT Technology Review and other sites as well. You are left with a readable page, and you can fully understand the content on it. If your eyes hurt from the glare of white screens, you will appreciate how invaluable Night Eye is. Night Eye takes the suffering out of reading online and turns it into something enjoyable. The impact of dark mode won’t only be felt on MIT Technology Review, but on every site, you visit with a white background. You’ll use Night Eye every day, and your eyes will feel much less strain and stress because of it.