The Google app is getting dark mode, and it's set to be available globally by the end of this week. In order to enable the dark mode, these users can go to the Settings menu under the Themes tab.
I find it kind of hard to believe, but up until now, the native Google app didn't have a dark mode.
The new update is available on both Android and iOS devices, but iOS users will officially get it by next week. The list of Dark Mode compatible iPhones apps includes Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Fantastical, Feedly, Gmail, Slack, Instagram, Twitter, and WhatsApp. More and more smartphone owners are using dark mode in other applications and via their devices operating systems. However, a few apps of Google, like Google Maps has still not received dark mode support. It will highlight that a dark mode theme is available. By default, the app will follow the system-wide setting of your phone.
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You'll also be able to manually toggle between light and dark mode in the Google app's settings.
Dark mode inverts the UI on the phone from dark text on a white background to white text on a dark background.
The Google app keeps you in the know about things that matter to you.
As the dark mode for Google's search app is nearly here, what other apps would you like to see using the feature in the future?