Starting with iOS 13, users on Apple devices now have the ability to choose whether their phone is in "Light" mode or "Dark" mode. You may have noticed that if you put your phone in Dark mode, several screens in FieldClock may not look right, or are hard to read.
We have put painstaking effort into making sure that screens in FieldClock are as easy-to-read as possible in the conditions that are commonly found around your fields. As a result, many of these screens are not easily adaptable to Dark mode.
Because Dark mode does not provide a good experience for most of our users' common scenarios, we are not dedicating resources to making FieldClock look great in Dark mode at this time.
If your company uses FieldClock at night or in other scenarios where Dark mode makes sense, please let us know.