The best apps with Dark Mode support on macOS Mojave

Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave. After the new version is released, many third-party applications have been updated with their Dark Mode themes.

Things – One of my favorite apps for project tracking and to-do lists, Things 3.7 came out today with Dark Mode support. Like Bear, Things lets you jump between its light and dark options regardless of what your Mac’s overall theme is set to.


Ulysses – Popular writing and markdown application Ulysses for macOS has been updated today with a new dark mode option, as well as a new share extension. The update also includes a host of bug fixes, performance improvements, and general optimizations for Mojave.


1Password – Popular password management app 1Password is introducing support for Dark Mode with a new darker theme that blends right into the macOS Mojave operating system.


Agenda – Note-taking app Agenda received an update to version 2.4, bringing Dark Mode support to macOS 10.13 and macOS 10.14, a new ‘Graphite’ mode, improvements to importing form Apple Notes, and more.


Omnifocus 3 – Task management app OmniFocus is getting a major update today, which introduces version 3. The updated app has a redesigned, modernized interface that will feel familiar but fresh to OmniFocus 2 users. It includes tags for better organization, a forecast view to see tasks and calendar events in order, and enhanced repeating tasks.


Bear – Bear has always had a variety of light and dark themes for users who shell out for a subscription. Among other things, this week’s update adds a new “dark graphite” theme that the app automatically switches to when you enable Dark Mode.


Day One – The best journaling apps for the Mac and iOS was just optimized for Mojave and Dark Mode. It looks particularly nice when viewing photos. The default text is bright white on black, and it doesn’t look like you can make changes there just yet if you want something a little less bright.