On both Android and iOS, Clubhouse now features a Dark mode.
Clubhouse, a voice-based social app, was introduced in 2020. Since then, the platform has gained a number of new features, such as the ability to enter rooms via web browsers and an improved share button. The developer recently added dark mode functionality to the Clubhouse app, which was highly requested by users. You must have the most current edition of the Clubhouse app loaded on your phone to view the new setting.
Android/iPhone Clubhouse Dark Mode – Select Settings, Dark Mode, and Always in Dark Theme by clicking your profile symbol.
How to Enable Dark Mode in Clubhouse App [Android and iPhone]
 To begin, open the Clubhouse app and log in to your account. In the top-right corner, click on your profile image.
 From your profile screen, tap the Settings icon.
 A new Dark Mode option was already added to the Settings menu.
 On Clubhouse, tap on it select Always in dark theme to switch to the dark theme.
Alternative to Clubhouse Dark Mode
You can set the Clubhouse app to automatically reflect the device theme. When you turn on dark mode on your device, Clubhouse will automatically go to dark mode.
 Go to Settings Dark Mode Same as device theme in the Clubhouse app.
 Now, on your smartphone (Android/iPhone), enable dark mode.
 When you open the Clubhouse app, it will be in a dark theme.
Is dark mode more beneficial to the eyes?
While dark mode has a lot of benefits, it might not be the ideal option for your vision. The dark option is advantageous since it is easier on the eyes than a bright, white screen. Using a dark screen, on the other hand, causes your pupils to dilate, making it harder to focus on the screen.
What is the appeal of dark mode?
The mechanics are easy to understand. When we read luminous text on a dark screen, our iris becomes more burdened. When a white screen is used, it must expand substantially more than when a black panel is used. As a result, when we see in the dark, our pupils dilate, making it more difficult to focus on objects.