Night reading mode works well on the apps that are for reading books. However, not all the reading apps for iPad include the feature. When the mode is enabled, it will turn the background of the screen dark, while offering light colored or white text. iPad users can switch to the night reading mode while reading in a dark room, so that the backlight of the display will not annoy others in the room. This feature can also be helpful while chatting or texting in a room where the lights are turned off.
Making use of the accessibility features in iPad, users will be able to work around a night reading mode in the iPad. Turning on the mode will invert the colors and will make it easy to read at night. You will be able to set the feature to turn on through the Settings of the iPad.
How to Turn on Read Mode in iPad
- In your iPad, open the Settings app and open General In the next page, scroll down to Accessibility and open it.
- In the Accessibility screen, swipe down to the bottom of the screen and tap on Triple-Click Home
- You will be taken to a screen that shows options for what the iPad can do when a users taps the Home button three times. The options will be VoiceOver, Invert Colors, Zoom, and Assistive Touch.
- VoiceOver is to read the screen loud. This feature is for those users with problems with vision. Zoom is to magnify the screen to make it easy to see. AssistiveTouch puts a virtual Home button on the display of the device, which can be programmed to perform different functions.
- You need to select the option Invert Colors. This will change the colors on the screen so that light colors become dark and dark colors become light.
- When you tap the Home button of the iPad three times quickly, the color scheme of the iPad display will invert, meaning that the text will become white in color and the background will become black.
Whenever you need to turn on the night reading mode on your iPad, you just need to tap on the Home button three times. This will enable the night reading mode on the iPad, so that others in the room will not find you using the iPad annoying.