Google has been busy updating lots of its Android apps to include a dark mode to help them fit in with Android 10 and it’s system-wide dark Theme. Now another Google app is getting a dark mode, and it’s a big one.
Gmail for Android is now being updated with a dark theme. The updated app is now rolling out to users, but it looks like the dark mode isn’t available to everyone quite yet, so it may require a server-side switch from Google.
Once Gmail’s dark mode is available to you, there should be a toggle in the app’s settings to enable it. You can set the app to a light theme, a dark theme, or to follow the system default.
Gmail is a popular Android app because it comes preloaded on most Android phones and is a widely-used email service, so it’s nice to see the Gmail app finally get it’s dark mode update. While it doesn’t appear to be a true black, this dark theme will still be easier on your eyes when you’re using your phone at night than the regular light theme.
Let us know when your Gmail app gets its dark theme!
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