Night modes or night modes, also known as dark modes, have long been among us through different layers of Android although it was not until very recently that they were really a standard of operating systems.
Blame it on both iOS 13 on the Apple side and Android 10 on the Google side. Mobile systems with native night mode and which are causing changes in all your main apps. And those of Google have been moving forward for a long time.
For now, iOS 13 and Android 10
After putting the dark mode in many of its main apps, from Keep to Calendar, also through its own Google app and Google Play, Google has decided to go one step further and take the night mode to both Google Maps like Gmail, your email app.
Unfortunately, it seems that at the moment they are only available for those users who already enjoy iOS 11 (or higher) and Android 10, although the Mountain View guys promise that it will soon reach more versions of its own operating systemAndroid
Hi there We've started rolling out dark mode for Gmail in the latest update. You should see an option to enable it if you have iOS 11 + / Android 10+ soon. Also, you can submit feedback regarding the mark as read option: Gmail app> Help & feedback> Send Feedback? Appreciate it!
– Gmail () October 9, 2019
Although Android 10 is for now the minimum to enjoy it, Google confirms that it will reach previous versions
The activation of this dark mode of Gmail and Google Maps is the same for now in both operating systems. We will need activate the dark mode on the system itself so that the app adapts to the design and changes the interface from white to black.
So, you know what to do. If you are users of iOS 11, iOS 12, iOS 13 or Android 10, it will be enough to update Gmail and Google Maps to the latest version to already have the dark mode in both. And if you don't see it yet reflected, it will be a matter of hours that reaches all countries.
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