The Android and iOS versions of the UDisc disc golf scorekeeper software now support dark mode.

Over the past few years, dark mode has spread to the majority of apps, but some have resisted. The fantastic UDisc scorekeeping tool for disc golfers has recently added support for dark mode on Android and iOS.

Over the past few days, UDiscs support for dark mode on iOS and Android has been expanding. The update that brings about the change is currently accessible via the and App Store for each platform.

Similar to how Apple created dark mode on iOS, UDisc’s dark mode provides the entire program a complete makeover in black. Sadly, there is currently no method to change to a dark gray backdrop, which Google frequently uses in its Android apps, but there is a manual toggle in the apps settings menu, and it automatically follows the system settings.

The creators of UDisc explain in an email to users:

Keeping the secret has been difficult. We know you’ve been wondering when it will arrive, and now we can confirm that Dark Mode is already available on UDisc. There won’t be any additional sun glare during the afternoon game? Now that’s something to celebrate with everyone.

Notably, as we have personally used the software, the map has a primarily light theme and lacks any dark mode additions. This is likely outside UDisc’s control.

This most recent update aims to give the app a cleaner overall appearance while also improving some of the typefaces and designs within it. Scorecard sharing via Bluetooth has been added by UDisc in other recent updates . The Wear OS software that UDisc supports also has a dark appearance and has been there for a long.

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