However, it will only run on iOS 13 or Android 10 and higher.
Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be an option to toggle dark mode within the app itself, and the only way to revert back to the more conventional coloured interface is to turn off system-wide dark mode.
Google is adding dark mode to two of its apps, Gmail and Google Maps. Now its time for Instagram to join the list. Like past dark mode sightings, this one isn't available for WhatsApp public beta users either.
Instagram was the latest to roll out this feature, which allows users to update the usual white background to a darker shade.
Eye fatigue caused by glare is also reduced by a darker background, while people with medical conditions affected by light, such as those with photophobia, tend to benefit from reduced eye aggravation when using dark modes.
With the rollout of Android 10 and its system-wide dark mode option, we can expect apps to roll out the full black carpet for their products.
That's it, you are done! According to a spokesperson on Twitter, those with compatible devices should see "an option to enable it in settings" although he did include the word "soon" so it may not be live yet for these users.
As per an Instagram post by Android, you can enable the dark mode in Google Maps.
So, this is all about how to enable Dark Mode on Instagram.
You can opt for either a Light or Dark theme, or select the System Default option so it matches the system-wide colour scheme you've selected for your handset. If you have any other doubts related to this, let us know in the comment box below.