Google is designing a dark mode version for all its apps in relation to Android 10, 9 and 8.
Reading the news on Flipboard and your eyes want to just pop out, you can go for the dark mode option. You can read long on screen and get the news that matters to you in time.
It doesn’t matter which OS version you are using, because it all the same, and with just a few steps you can get hands-on and turn on dark mode for Google Drive.
WhatsApp dark mode for Android is out and you can turn it on with or without updating to the latest version of Android. Android 10 and 1 currently support the system wide display dark mode and if you’re using this updated device here is how you can turn it on.
Not forgetting why all top brand is adding dark mode to their apps; to make it easier for the user to operate at night. From changing your background color scheme to a black; you presume to be saving your battery. YouTube, Slack, Twitter, Evernote, Google Keep, and Gmail all have dark mode—and Instagram is not let out, because you can now enable dark mode for Instagram on your smartphone.
Dark mode for Pinterest is only available on both iOS and Android. The desktop web version is in development once complete it will be release.
So, if you want to place your eyes back where it belong you should enable dark mode — so it can help you work well at night.
Google is slowing implementing dark mode to all its apps — but most of them in Android 10 already has dark mode and it just for the other version to follow up.
The dark mode for Facebook has been in development ever since, you can turn it on Facebook Lite for Android. And Facebook is currently testing dark mode.
Dark mode can make a user spend more time on an app—if they is reduce in brightness it can help saves our eye from crying.
The latest release version of Gmail app on mobile now support dark mode for both OS, by using the wide display dark mode on Android and iOS you can turn on dark mode for Gmail
YouTube has these two variants and you can choose any depending on how you want it, if you love watching YouTube at night like I do I bet you definitely need a dark theme