Dark Mode for Qobuz Desktop App as Music Streaming Platform Hints at mid-April Australian Launch
Qobuz has unveilled Dark Mode, handing its desktop apps the long-awaited Dark Theme for the Hi-Res music streaming and downloading service.
Dark Mode is already available on Qobuz's Android and iOS apps, but this latest news marks the first time that Qobuz's desktop app has the feature for use on macOS and Windows computers.
You can now activate Dark Mode in the Qobuz desktop app's settings and toggle between Dark Mode and Light Mode at any time.
Dark Mode helps when scrolling in low light situations and alleviates eye strain when looking at screens. Naturally, many users will also prefer it from a purely aesthetic angle.
Qobuz's Dark Mode feature is now available across all its platforms as the company continues to ensure it provides the best possible experience for its users.
Thanks to StereoNET reader Nait for pointing this out.
Australian music lovers have long been waiting for the TIDAL alternative to launch in Australia. While still not officially announced, some users accessing the service via VPN have noticed the addition of Australia to the country selection list, along with the below message received by another user - hinting at a mid-April launch for Australia.
StereoNET will be in attendance at an upcoming launch in Sydney, so stay tuned for all the information.
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