Google has lastly begun rolling out a darkish mode for its Gmail app, over per week after the discharge of Android 10 with its system-wide darkish mode.
The corporate had supposed to transform all its first-party apps forward of the discharge, however a pair weren’t fairly prepared when the brand new OS was launched on September three – particularly Gmail and the Google Play Retailer, which remained stubbornly white.
Now, as XDA Builders experiences, the most recent Gmail launch (2019.08.18.267044774) has a fully-functioning darkish mode that turns the app’s background a lovely darkish grey colour (although some would possibly discover the stark white textual content a little bit exhausting on the eyes).
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We acquired a small glimpse of Gmail’s darkish mode two weeks in the past, when the app obtained an replace that made the splash display and residential display widget black for those who have been utilizing darkish mode on Android Pie.
Nonetheless, the darkish mode being rolled out now could be solely obtainable for Android 10 – it will not seem for those who’re utilizing Pie, even after your Gmail app is up to date.
The Play Retailer is now the one important holdout, and could also be taking longer to transform as a result of complexity of its icon-heavy interface. We think about it’d take fairly a while to get it wanting presentable.