I don’t own, but I’m considering buying the iOS version of Scrivener. Something that’s very important to me is laying in bed with my device and reading my writing as I go to sleep (yeah I know, no screens before bed; you don’t have to explain it to me), and so I want to add a night mode to the wishlist.
I’m aware that iOS Scrivener has a dark mode. I’ve looked at the screenshots on my ipad with the night-mode color-shift turned on, and it still looks rather blue-tinted (even through the ipad’s built in amber color-shift). When I say night mode, I mean a version of the UI that removes as much blue light as possible. So the existing blue-ish dark mode is not what I would consider a night mode. Though it does look nice and I imagine it’s great for simply low-light conditions when one isn’t trying to fall asleep.
For clarity’s sake, I’m thinking something kinda like this: (definitely does not need to be exactly this, I made this in like a minute using only a web browser, it ain’t prefect; in fact it’s simply a hue shift and minor saturation drop)
and purely to put them right next to each other (to make the contrast as obvious as possible), here’s the original: