Qobuz Dark Mode is now available for the Qobuz desktop app on MacOS and Windows.

Qobuz, the Hi-Res music streaming and download service, has announced a Dark Mode feature for its desktop app. Dark Mode is already available on Qobuz’s Android and iOS apps for smartphones and tablets, but this marks the first time the mode is available for Qobuz’s desktop app downloaded to a MacOS or Windows computer.


Qoubuz Dark Mode is now available for the Qobuz desktop app on MacOS and Windows.


Users can now activate Dark Mode in the Qobuz desktop app’s settings and can toggle the theme between Dark Mode and Light Mode at any time.

Dark Mode is a popular setting that turns an app or screen from its usual colour profile into a dark version. This helps users when scrolling in low light situations and to alleviate eye strain when looking at screens, especially when using apps before sleeping. Users can also choose it simply for its aesthetics. The latest mobile operating systems now support dark modes, while apps are increasingly offering this feature across all platforms.

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