Google’s well known mail application is revealing a dark Mode setting for Gmail on Android 10 and on iOS.
Google is driving the update out gradually over half a month so in the event that you don’t have it yet, Google says it’s coming in the blink of an eye.
Dark mode is progressively most sought after. Before Apple and Google the ubiquity of dark modes for applications was at that point growing, for Facebook Messenger and the Slack and Reddit applications, for instance.
With dark mode, you can moderate a bit of your battery life and your telephone’s screen will be simpler on your eyes around evening time.
Google first added dark mode to an Android Pie update earlier this year, yet the theme didn’t show up in all devices.
In Android 10, dark mode is widely known and applications that utilizes the default system theme will consequently receive the new dark mode when you turn it on, inverting dark and light colors. The new Apple’s mobile operating system also applies the theme broadly, from wallpaper, widgets and notifications to Calendar and Messages.
How to activate dark mode for Gmail on the desktop
To actuate dark mode for Gmail on the desktop;
- Go to Gmail.com
- Click the ‘Settings’ icon (shaped like a gear) at the top right below your profile picture.
- Select ‘Themes’.
- Scroll past the various picture themes and click the black thumbnail (the label ‘Dark’ appears when you hover over it).
How to activate dark mode in Gmail for Android
First ensure you have the most recent version of the Gmail application installed by visiting its page on the Google Play Store and checking for an ‘Update’ button.
In the event that no such catch shows up, you are good to go.
On the off chance that you have Android 10’s system-wide dark theme enabled, the application should change to its new look naturally.
Then again, you can initiate it manually;
- Tap the menu symbol on the upper left.
- Look down and tap ‘Settings’.
- Then ‘General settings’. Here you can change Gmail’s theme to either light, dark, or system default.
Unfortunately dark mode isn’t accessible in case you’re using Android Pie but you can at present use Gmail in dark mode if you visit Gmail.com in an internet browser with dark mode activated. This choice is accessible in Chrome for Android and Firefox Preview.
How to activate dark mode in Gmail for iOS
Dark mode for iOS is taking a little longer to land than the Android version, and the option may not be accessible to you until Apple updates it server-side.
At the point when it shows up, the new option will be initiated naturally if your telephone is using the system-wide dark mode.
On the other hand, you will have the option to take it for a turn by tapping the Gmail app’s hamburger menu, selecting ‘Settings’, then tapping ‘Theme’ followed by ‘Dark’.
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