Mostly all the popular apps these days are getting the Dark Mode feature natively with a rollout.
Google was the first to introduce Dark Mode in their apps, followed by Facebook, which introduced the Dark Mode in Facebook Messenger and it is speculated that it will be introducing Dark Mode in WhatsApp and Instagram soon.
While we cannot say anything about WhatsApp right now, but the Dark Mode has finally made its way in the Instagram app.
Although, the Dark Mode on Instagram is only available for iOS. So, if you are an Android user, you might have to wait for a few weeks or maybe months for the feature to be rolled out.
How to get the Dark Mode on Instagram on iOS
Dark Mode has arrived on Instagram for iOS 13. The wait is now over. Just update your iPhone application. Dark Mode on Instagram is enabled with your iOS 13 settings. #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/RscAiy2Lav
— Apple Waves 🎟 (@theapplewaves) October 8, 2019
Since it has been officially rolled out for the iOS, you can find the option in the settings area, a single tab will turn on the Dark Mode on the iPhone.
To enable the system-wide dark mode in iOS 13 go to the settings then tap on display and brightness where you will find dark button. Once upon that the dark mode will be enabled on iOS including Instagram.
How to get Dark Mode on Instagram on Android
Since it has not rolled out officially, the following methods are a mere workaround.
Enable OS-based Dark Mode
This is the first method if you are on Android 10 or later and have got the native Dark Mode option available in the Android OS as well.
The Dark Mode is available on MIUI 11, which is based on Android 10, and you will be able to enable Dark Mode which will also so apply to Instagram.
Get Dark Mode on Instagram using modded app
Another workaround to get Dark Mode on Instagram on your Android mobile right now is to use the Modded APK of Instagram.
If you are not familiar with what modded APKs are, you can check out this article, for a better explanation. In simple terms, it is a modified version of an app to unlock or add a feature that is not officially available.
There are many freelance developers who take the APK file of the official app and then make some changes to it. There are many modded APKs available for different apps including Instagram.
However, finding a trusted modded APK of Instagram is a little tricky since it will not be available on an official website.