Dark mode has become a trend these days with everyone increasingly becoming a part of it. One of these apps is Gmail. It didn’t have a dark mode setting when Android 10 shipped. This has finally changed now as Google is rolling out the dark-mode setting for the app on Android 10 and iOS 13.
The update rollout is slow so those who have not received it yet, they should expect it to come in the next few weeks. Dark mode has become very popular these days. To enable the dark theme on Android 10, go to your Gmail app on the phone, tap on the hamburger menu at the top left and tap on Settings> General settings> Theme>Dark.
To enable the dark theme on iOS 13, you can set your device to the dark theme in iOS Settings, and Gmail, by default, will automatically respect the system default setting. You can also go to Gmail’s Settings, tap on Theme, and select Dark.
While the body of an email again sticks to the white text, darker signatures can be harder to see.
According to a Sammobile report, Gmail’s dark mode is available only on Android 10 devices and will not work on Android Pie running Samsung devices.
Google earlier this month rolled out the dark theme for the Play Store app for the devices running Android 9 Pie.
Two or three Reddit clients report that the subject for the Google application is currently accessible without an update from the Play Store. This is clearly a server-side update and may not be in a flash accessible to all clients, regardless of whether they run the most recent adaptation of the Google App.
In any case, few remarks from a client as yet running Android 9 Pie guarantee that the component is accessible while they can likewise pick the among light and dim subject or set it to change naturally with the Battery Saver. Gmail, youtube have gotten however google play has not yet received the equivalent.
The demand for the dark theme has gone high in the last one year. Popular apps like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have embraced the theme long before Apple and Google. Apart from the very known and obvious benefit of the dark theme which is that it reduces strain on eyes, it also helps to save the battery of your phone. But that does not mean that all types of display can help save battery.
Whereas, in the email body’s it sticks to the white background.
To recall, the company recently rolled out a dark theme for its Play Store for devices running the Android 9.0 Pie operating system and above.
If you’re not seeing this option, don’t worry. Google says in its press release that dark mode is releasing over an “extended rollout” period of 15 days or longer on Android and iOS. So if you don’t already have the feature, it’s on the way; you just might be in for a bit of a wait.