Dark Mode For Gmail
Google continues to spread dark mode to its development services. After Drive and Keep, it’s Gmail’s turn to get a dark theme that some users anticipate.
Quoting from Phone Arena on Friday (6/21/2019), Google seems to be working hard to make Gmail users happy. Android Police reports that the long-delayed dark mode starts appearing in Gmail for Android.
Unfortunately, this dark mode has not been implemented correctly and does not have a button that will allow users to disable or activate it. Currently, dark mode is available in settings only for a while and appears randomly whenever desired.
The GSM Arena report says Google is expected to immediately fix the problem and release it. At least, dark mode for Gmail is expected to be present when Android Q comes out in August.
Gmail is one of the most popular applications for Android devices but Google hasn’t implemented dark mode until now. The American technology giant actually first implemented dark mode for services that are less popular on Android.
Dark fashion has recently become popular among developers. Many developers adopt this dark theme for their services.
Dark mode for Gmail itself brings benefits to its users. In addition to creating better contrast, the dark mode can also reduce eye fatigue, blue light on a smartphone, and even save battery life.