Weeks after Twitter’s Android app received support for night mode, its iOS counterpart is also getting it. The company announced that the feature is rolling out to all users starting today.

When night mode is enabled, Twitter’s app interface changes from its traditional white background to a dark blue, lessening the strain on your eyes should you be inclined to tweet in the dark. While the iPhone does have a universal night mode feature, Twitter has added its own so that it can control the entire experience users feel.

To activate it, select the gear icon under the Me tab. You’ll be presented with a menu that features “Turn on night mode.” Tap that and you’re all set. To turn it off, just go back and select the “Turn off night mode” feature. Since there’s no timer on this, you’ll likely have to toggle between the modes depending on whether you’re in the light or not.

If you’re interested to know what other iOS apps have implemented their own night mode, check out this nifty guide.