Discord is finally giving you the power to customize its desktop app’s interface with various themes for its latest beta test. The messaging app has introduced Themes — one of its most requested features — with 16 pre-made options to choose from. The not-so-good news? You’ll only be able to apply them if you’re paying for Nitro, its most expensive subscription option.
Nitro does have other perks, including a bigger file-sharing limit, 4K and 60fps streaming, as well as the ability to send messages up to 4,000 characters in length. But if you
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