So far available only on the beta channel, Google has begun releasing the dark theme of the Google App to the public version of the app.
Of course, if you are interested in the novelty it is necessary to keep the program updated in the Play Store, but it is always good to reinforce that new features on the part of the search giant usually arrive in a random way to the users in phases, then have the latest version of the application does not guarantee access to news.
Although the big difference in the dark themes is the battery saving on AMOLED screen devices – since black pixels are actually erased – the gown given to Google for the software uses grayscale in many areas of the interface, then at that time the benefit is limited. Of course, there is still greater visual comfort for users, especially at night.
To check if the new feature is available to you simply open the Google App and go to Settings> General> Dark Theme. If the option is not available, you must wait.
It’s worth remembering that Twitter has heard user criticism and is implementing a really black night mode.
Google App gets dark mode and spreads night interface to Wizard, Search and Explore
Google seems to really be very focused on adapting the interface of its essential applications and standards in Android to the dark mode so expected by all its users for years and years. After presenting the solution with shades of black and gray in Google Keep, Calendar, Photos, Calculator and several other applications that are already shipped on your operating system, the company is now testing functionality in an essential part of Android.
In the most recent update of the Google application (for now available in the .APK file), it was discovered that the company is testing the night mode in the Search interface, the Wizard and also the Explore, allowing the user to switch from the white dazzle to the comfortable dark.
This requires you to be in version 10.4.3 of the Google beta application and access the settings in More, Settings, General and then select the Enable dark theme option and select the Always option.
All this move by Google to offer the dark-mode interface for its official applications is due to Android 10 Q, which will finally arrive allowing users to switch between the light and dark theme natively without the interface being customized by other manufacturers.
The release for all users should happen in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to TodoCelular so you do not miss any news. For now, you’ll need to download them.APK file from Google’s beta application to get access to the news.