Google has started rolling out the dark mode for Gmail on both Android and iOS devices from today. If you are already using Android 10 or iOS 13 and have dark mode enabled, Google says Gmail will automatically adjust to dark mode. In addition, dark mode is activated if you use a Pixel telephone that is set to battery saving mode. If you use an earlier Android or iOS version, you must change some settings.
To check if dark mode has been made available, open Gmail, click on settings, and see a new option called & # 39; Theme & # 39 ;. The dark mode can be switched on there.
Don't worry if you don't see this option. Google says in his press release that dark mode is released during an "extended rollout" period of 15 days or longer on Android and iOS. So if you don't have the function yet, it's on its way; maybe you wait a moment.
More and more apps are getting dark modes added and we follow every development here. Some popular apps from Google have recently received support in dark mode. Google Fit added the feature for Android and iOS users last month, while the feature in Google Calendar and Google Keep is currently limited to Android users. Strangely enough, Google's most important app still doesn't have it for both operating systems or for Google Maps.