On the event of Diwali, Twitter has introduced a brand new ‘diya’ (lamp) emoji that permits customers to manage how brilliant its flame would burn. In an official press launch, Manish Maheshwari, the Managing Director of Twitter India, mentioned: “In step with our custom of partaking individuals on this dialog, in addition to delighting them with improvements, now we have launched a ‘Lights On’ diya emoji to characterize the enjoyment of the competition of lights”.
The emoji, when seen within the gentle mode, would seem with a small flame. Nevertheless, protecting consistent with the spirit of the competition of lights, audiences might have the flame burn brighter by switching over to Twitter’s darkish mode, which consists of two variations, ‘dim’ and ‘lights out’. Whereas the previous is already out there on the web site, in addition to on the iOS and Android apps, the latter is being rolled out on Android this week.
The ‘Lights Out’ darkish mode is now the default possibility for many who desire the darkish UI, and it brings different enhancements alongside offering much-needed visible aid from the blinding white-and-blue UI of Twitter. It saves battery life on units with OLED screens, improves readability at night time and likewise will increase accessibility for people with particular sorts of visible impairment.
In the meantime, as for the Diwali diya, it will likely be out there till October 29 and would render in eleven languages, together with Bangla, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Odia, Tamil and Telugu, permitting a lot of India to rejoice the competition of lights and be a part of the general public dialog.
With Inputs from IANS