Designing, writing code, and testing takes time to make it the best experience for you. But the tools we use and distribute this free Turn Off the Lights browser extension cost money. Such as hosting, domain, email provider, security, firewall, laptop, mobile devices, Apple developer account, and even the Adobe Creative Suite software that cost monthly money to create the screenshots and the YouTube tutorial videos. Creating a free browser extension is hard work and has a lot of costs to keep it available for everyone for free.
We at Turn Off the Lights are passionate to get you the best web and video experience like never seen before. And we always innovate new features that make you get comfortable on the web. Such as a customizable Dark Mode theme that is harmony the same on all websites on iOS for free. Turn Off the Lights browser extension is 100% free and Open-Source for all platforms, as we believe this accessibility tool should be available for everyone. And that would not be possible without your continued support.
Contribute to Turn Off the Lights
Please donate what you think is a fair contribution to the Turn Off the Lights browser extension project. And that to keep the project alive. Your donation will motivate us and pay for some of our work. Support our development so that we can work fast on the latest reliable hardware that can support Windows 11, macOS 12, Android 12, and iOS 15.
You can choose one of the following payments:
PayPal (Euro, USD, Pound, RUB)
Credit card (VISA, mastercard, mastro, American Express, Discover)
And at last, you can support us with Bitcoin cryptocurrency. As it is now a good time to start with this new Web 3.0. That is part of this new web evolution.
If you have an issue or find a problem with Turn Off the Lights, you can reach us on the Support page. And we are happy to help you.
Today, dark mode is available for the Turn Off the Lights Blog! We updated our blog website design so that it matches the complete brand guideline of all our web pages. With now support for Dark Mode. When your Operating System (Mac and Windows) uses the dark appearance, it will automatically convert this website to Dark Mode. So you can read conformable the latest news and tip without the bright light. Our Turn Off the Lights Blog will match the style of your Operating System appearance setting. If your appearance is set to Light you will see the blog in Light theme, and if it is Dark then you see the Dark theme.
For the reader that is unfamiliar, Dark Mode is a dark background with the text in a light color such as white. Typical websites these days usually use a white background with the text color in black. But in low-light environments, the Dark mode theme will be more relaxing for your eyes and this can help to reduce eyestrain. And even reduce the power consumption on OLED screens.
Welcome to the Dark Side
We know many of you have been asking for this, and we are excited to bring dark mode to all our websites. That solves this issue, that users reading our website and navigating to our blog see a sudden too bright light and distracting the overall desired web experience.
Furthermore, the blog includes now a translucent navigation bar that stays sticky on the top. And a sidebar on the left for viewing the blog by categories or by following our social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc.
If you just reading this now, and want to get Dark Mode on all websites. Here is the solution to your question. Install the free and Open-Source Turn Off the Lights browser extension, it provides the handiest Night Mode feature to customize the website to your personal dark mode theme color. And do not forget to support our hard work by making a small contribution.
Since iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 is publicly launched in September 2021, users can download their favorite Safari extensions on their iPhone and iPad. That is to have a great web experience on mobile devices.
However, when you install for the first time a Safari extension (such as the most popular Turn Off the Lights Safari extension) it is not easy to know how you can enable this in your Safari web browser. Thereby we have provided you the easy help instructions on how to get started on your iPhone and iPad.
Instruction steps how to add extensions
Follow the steps here below on how you can activate the Safari extension on your personal device:
Tap on the Settings app
Scroll down to the menu item Safari, and select next the item Extensions
Tap on the extension name (If there is no Safari extension is visible then you see then tap on More Extensions)
Toggle theswitch (right of the Safari extension name) to activate the Safari extension
Open now your Safari web browser. You will see now a little “puzzle piece icon” on the left side of Safari address bar. Tap on this icon to see the menu panel.
The blue icon show that the Safari extension is enabled in your Safari web browser.
With the option to toggle the Safari extension on or off with the “Manage Extensions” section.
Video tutorial on how to activate Safari extensions on your iPhone and iPad
If you want to see the instruction live with the corresponding screen, then you can see this YouTube video tutorial that explains to you how to enable the Safari extension.
In conclusion, now you know how to get your favorite Safari extension activated on your iPhone and iPad. For instance, if you did not have installed it yet, you can try the free Turn Off the Lights Safari extension that makes watching a video more comfortable on the web. With the option to get Dark Mode on all websites with your own chosen dark mode theme color.
Furthermore, if you love the free Turn Off the Lights Safari extension on iOS 15, do not forget to support our hard work by making a small contribution. The Turn Off the Lights browser extension is a free and Open-Source browser extension. We rely on donations to keep this Safari extension online for free available for everyone at the Apple App Store. That is free for both the Mac and iOS platforms.