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Website and Android app both need a dark theme

taskmachine says:
Both the website and the Android app need a dark theme. Having even more themes would be even better.
Posted at 3:07pm on February 6, 2016
shardvicens says:
Great idea. I love using dark themes because I feel that they save battery, energy. I also feel they are better for the eyes, especially at night.
Posted 3 years ago
trapdoor says:
Definitely would appreciate a dark theme for the web app!
Posted 3 years ago
abonhote says:
Seconding this. I like the blue, but dark doesn't hurt eyes.
Posted 2 years ago
dave.liao says:
The mobile app needs the ability to reflect themes set on the desktop/web app. Hopefully that's coming soon!
Posted 2 years ago
wolf53 says:
Dark theme option for website and iOS versions would be a great addition. Please implement. Thanks.
Posted 2 years ago
brookdale says:
When waking up in the night because tasks still evolve from never sleeping parts of the brain, it is really helpful for me going back to sleep to add them immediately to RTM. A dark theme would really help the sleepy eyes and to not wake up fully by watching the white light from my smartphone/tablet!
Posted 1 year ago
student975 says:
Dark theme is a matter of accessibility for not too young eyes, when all other apps have got dark background, and switching to light theme is real stress for eyes and brain.

I have very long list of apps with dark theme: Android itself, book reader, extensions for browsers, Intellij IDEA, KDE with all it's apps, and so on. Practically all apps in use at my case.

Frankly speaking dark theme absence is absolute show stopper and the reason to prefer other competitor rather RTM.
Posted 1 year ago
adr82 says:
A proper dark theme would be really nice - none of the web themes available change the background of the task list so it always stays blindingly white. I can't imagine it'd take long for an RTM developer to put together a theme that fixes this properly.

In the meantime, I got sick of staring at that white background and slapped together a basic dark theme for the webapp that can be applied via the Stylish extension for Chrome/Firefox. It's not perfect but is working well enough for me so far.

If you want to try it, the CSS rules and a screenshot can be found here:

To use it, open Stylish options, select "Add new style", and copy/paste the CSS into the "Code" box. Then click "Specify", change the dropdown to "URLs on the domain", and put "" in the text field.

Note: I've also set the RTM theme to the plain dark grey background, not sure it'll work as well with any of the others.

Disclaimer: I'm not a web developer and I'm sure there are bits of the web UI I've missed, so some text may not be very legible. If anyone would like to build on this and cover all the corner cases I've probably missed, please do :)
Posted 1 year ago
jimmyytran says:
Dark theme for Android would be greatly appreciated.
Posted 8 months ago
andrey.akinshin says:
Posted 8 months ago
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