For years, the Android community has been calling for obscure topics in applications and throughout the system, while basically Google has been turning more and more white issues into everything. Slowly but surely, we've seen more Google Dark Mode apps in tons of apps and services. Here's every Google Dark Mode app available today, including Android, YouTube, Calendar, Chrome, and more.
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Before we go into apps that support dark fashion, why bother? much? Much depends on personal preferences, as many users simply prefer the appearance of a dark user interface. In the late hours of the day, a mostly dark theme also helps with eye problems. A big plus for Android is, as Google has explicitly confirmed that it can significantly shorten the life of the battery.
The reasons for apps to accept a dark topic continue from there, and we're happy to see Google. Finally, the dark mode comes on apps. This list contains all Google apps that currently have a dark mode. The list will be continually updated as new apps are added. If we missed any, leave a comment below and let us know!
Dark Mode in the Google Play Store
One of the last major apps for which there is no official dark mode after Android 10. Update was the Google Play Store. As of October 2, a server-side update was introduced to provide all users with a dark theme for the app. As usual, Dark Mode for the Play Store uses a dark gray color instead of true black and respects the Android 10 system switching. In particular, there is no manual switching for the dark mode of the Play Store.
Dark Mode for Google Voice
Google Voice has detected its darkness mode as the month of October began with the 2019.40 release. A few days later, it was also introduced via the Play Store. By default, the dark mode in Google Voice follows the Android 10 system theme, but the same functionality is not yet available for iOS or web apps.
In the Android app you can access the dark mode via the headline Settings> Theme .
Dark mode for Google Fi
Google's own mobile service, Fi, has experienced some big changes lately including a proper unlimited plan. Another of these changes is a darker mode in the Android app, which was introduced in early October. The design is synchronized with the standard design of Android 10 and uses the usual dark gray design instead of pure black.
The dark design for Google Fi also extends to the app's homescreen widget and all four tabs, including Store and Support. Go to Settings> App Theme to adjust the manual switching.
Google Duo Dark Mode
Camera apps do not usually receive a rich Dark Mode, but Google's Video Call App Duo has recently added support for dark mode on Android. Of course, this means that you will see a dark gray theme in settings and also when searching for contacts, but this does not affect the calling UI. Users can manually access this switch in Settings> Select topic . By default, it follows the system theme on Android 10.
Dark mode for Google Recorder
As part of our extensive collection of pixels in recent months There were four leaks, and we were the first to release the new voice recorder application from Google, which debuts with the new phone. Of course, it also supports a dark theme as a system app. Under Settings> Select Theme you can select a dark or light subject. By default, it follows system-wide switching to Android 10. It is, as usual, a dark gray theme that extends to the player and main menu as well.
YouTube Dark Fashion
Updated on 10/10
One of Google Apps that lead the dark fashion trend are YouTube. The world's largest video service recently added an official Dark mode for the Web and the iOS app, which is now available for Android.
After You Turn On YouTube Dark Mode does not use real black design, but the same shade of gray that we saw in other Google apps for dark mode. The topic covers almost all areas of the app and desktop website, from comments to menus to more. On the desktop, you can enable the feature by clicking its profile icon> Dark Design> Enable. As of October, there is also evidence that Google supports the system-wide theme for Android 10.
Android Messages Dark Mode
Google's Android Messages app has become a central place Many of the company's new initiatives, and it was one of the first with dark mode.
The dark mode of messages also covers the majority of applications, including the primary interface, individual messages and menus. Many of the accent colors do not change when you switch from white to dark, but it looks good in both cases. Switching is as easy as accessing the three-point menu in Messages and tapping on "Enable Dark Mode". An update to the beta channel at the end of September finally added support for the system-wide theme of Android 10 for the app's dark mode and removed the manual from the overflow menu.
Gmail for Android and iOS Dark Mode
One of the most anticipated additions to Google's dark mode portfolio was Gmail Android Apps. From September 24, Gmail's dark mode will be available to all Android and iOS users. This takes about two weeks. The app respects the system-wide Android 10 and iOS 13 dark topic switches, just like many other Google apps. At least in the Android app, there is also a manual switching of functions, if users always want to stay either in the light or in the dark mode.
Google Assistant Dark Mode
While elements of the Google app, such as Discover, have been dark for some time, the core app and the Google Wizard the darker color scheme. This changed in late September, when beta users of the Google app on Android noticed a dark topic in the app.
The dark theme for the Google app and the Google Assistant responds to the system-wide themes on Android 10 and also Android Torte, but can also be adjusted manually in the settings of the app. Learn more when the dark theme finds its way to the stable channel.
Android 10 dark mode
Like us In the various beta versions, Android 10 has a dark mode as one of the biggest features. This dark theme affects almost the entire system, including notifications, the Settings app, and many apps on the device. As you'll see elsewhere in this list, many Google applications are responding to this system-wide switching and changing their designs. Slowly but surely many third-party apps are also adding functionality.
To turn on the Android 10 Dark theme on a Pixel smartphone, simply drag the notification shadow and tap the Dark Theme button. If this is not the case, you can also go to Settings> Display and search for the switch for the dark theme. A limited dark theme is also available for Android Pie.
Here are some third-party apps that support switching the dark theme of Android 10.
Files in Dark Mode by Google
Originally designed as an app for Android Go smartphones, Files by Google has become one of the best file managers on Android. In a recent update, the app added support for a dark theme that uses a mix of dark gray and pure black. The theme affects the entire app and can be triggered by the system-wide Dark Theme. Alternatively, there is a manual switch in the settings for files from Google.
Gallery Go Dark Mode
Goo's lightweight app family "Go" now includes a version of Google Photos. Gallery Go was launched in late July and picked up on its dark theme just weeks later in an update. Version 1.0.2 of the app offers a dark theme that respects the Android 10 system theme, and a manual toggle in the settings menu.
Google Fit Dark Mode
In Google Fit v2.16 for Android, the company provided a dark mode to take a break from the stark white theme that the app has always used. The new design can be applied manually through the app's settings and also takes into account the system-wide setting in Android 10.
Like most other Google Apps, this design is not pure black, but a gray color that looks green and blue as well Accent colors brightened to better match the darker background.
Google Photos Dark Mode
One of the most popular consumer services Google has ever had is photos, and besides the introduction of Android Q, the app receives a dark topic. Although Google Photos' darker mode does not affect your photos, it gives the background a gray color, like many other Google Apps. This also applies to all menus and settings for the app.
Unfortunately, dark photo mode is only available for Android 10. At the moment, this does not work reliably for Android Pie, there are no dedicated settings and there is no sign of any change on iOS.
Google Sounds Dark Mode
As Google continues to implement the dark mode in its system applications, the lower the known Google Sounds app was updated new theme. For those who do not know, this app is exclusive to pixel owners and gives the ringtone interface a user-friendly overhaul. The dark mode update was released with version 2.1 of the app and takes into account the system-wide dark mode of Android 10. It is noteworthy that it contains a really black theme.
Dark Mode for Google Keep
A popular Google app for many users, especially for Android, is Google Keep. The simple note recording app has a dark mode that is not triggered by the entire system, but by activating a dark theme in the app's settings. The feature was released in May as part of a server-side update to version 5.19.19.
Google Keep's dark mode does not use black design, but multiple shades of gray.
The dark mode for Google Keep is also being introduced for the web version of the app.
Google Drive dark mode
Many Google Android apps have a dark mode that works with all versions of Google Drive is not included as an operating system. In one of the app's latest updates, support for dark mode has been officially added after months of testing. However, it only seems to work reliably on Android 10.
For this update, users should see the "Switch between dark and light themes" option on the other system settings. Some users report that the design works on Android Pie with dark mode settings enabled, but the results vary from user to user. So far, this new dark mode seems to be available only to Android, but Google Drive's iOS and desktop clients are likely to have the same theme at some point.
Google Calendar Dark Mode
If it's you To keep track of your agenda without burning your eyes at night, Google Calendar now has an official Dark Mode. This new mode is available as an in-app setting for Android Nougat and above. Simply click Settings> General> Topic to see the required change.
On Android 10, Google Calendar's dark mode takes into account the larger system-wide settings. In typical Google style, the app uses a few grayscale to create the theme without losing any aspect of the design. In particular, the colors of your events remain largely the same.
Google Chrome Dark Mode
Over the course of several months Google started to introduce a dark mode for Google Chrome in several areas. This primarily includes both desktop applications. Both on MacOS and Windows 10, an easily accessible dark mode is available that is either already available or nearing the end of prime time.
If you are working on MacOS, the dark mode should be enabled in Google's browser to version 73 or higher. To enable this, switch between dark and light modes in your system. Windows is still under construction. Version 74 of Google Chrome enables the dark mode under Windows and allows the system theme to be adjusted, but sometimes it is a bit tricky.
As we know, Google is slowly working on it All of Android's core applications are put into dark mode, and of course that includes Chrome. Now this functionality becomes available. While it's still not available in the stable version, a recent Canarian update has revealed some flags for changing the theme. Once the flag is turned on, the Chrome General section of Google Chrome displays a dark mode switch in the Settings menu.
The latest versions of Google Chrome for Android also support the dark theme in the app's UI elements and supported sites.
Google Calculator Dark Mode
In version 7.6 of the Google Android Calculator App, the company has added an official Dark Mode switcher. The new switch is located in the three-point overflow menu in the upper right corner of the app. When you tap Select Theme, you'll see a small menu where you can manually switch between light and dark subjects. You can also set them to be set automatically based on the power saving mode. Unfortunately, the system-wide option is not considered in this mode.
Google Help Dark Mode (Web)
Over the past few weeks, Google has extended support for the dark mode to online Help. The company's extensive library of troubleshooting guides and troubleshooting pages now all support an official dark mode. This mode does not use real black, but a dark gray with white text and blue hyperlinks.
There are two ways to enable this dark mode in Google Help. First, you can change "/? Dark = 1" at the bottom of every page you're on. However, the simpler method is to scroll to the bottom of the page and press the toggle switch on the right side of the screen. The setting should be retained even if you have completely left the page.
Dark Mode for Google Discover Feed
After months of testing, Google finally added a real dark theme Discover Feed. On the left home screen of many Android smartphones, including Google's Pixel, the new dark mode of the Discover feed is one of the modes we've been waiting for.
Respecting the system-wide "night" discovers theme is not a manual option. It will change with your wallpaper or based on the display setting. In earlier versions, the "dark" theme had white backgrounds for the text. So it's nice to see that finally everyone has a suitable design available. If this option has not reached your device, uninstall the Google app and reinstall or update it to force the change.