Dark mode begins to appear in Gmail for Android
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Google has been working on a dark theme for the Android system. The company expects to present this with the arrival of the new Android Q OS. Despite this, many of Google's applications still lack implementation in an appropriate dark way. Gmail is one of these applications, users cry out for the proper optimization in a dark way for the email service offered by the company Google. It seems that Google has listened to its public. The Drive and Keep applications from Google have already received their darkening treatment; Now the search giant is working to provide a proper experience to his popular email application.
According to a report provided by AndroidPolice; The dark mode which has already been delayed is starting to appear in the Gmail application. However, it still needs some improvements in its optimization and full implementation. The application seems to lack a switch to enable and disable the dark interface provided by the new mode; however the developers were able to get this immersed in the application code. In addition, the dark mode seems to be available in the configuration only for the moment. Currently, the option is available randomly without the user being able to have it available at any time.
Gmail is one of the most popular Google applications among its users. The application is of great use by means of the Smartphone that have Android. It is quite strange to see how many of Google's applications receive support in their dark mode; and that in the meantime Gmail remains in pure expectation, without giving it support for the attention it deserves. Possibly Google is saving the best for last. Apparently, Dark mode appears in Gmail v2019.06.09. For example, if you have this specific version installed on your device, you may enjoy the new implementation sporadically. Despite the limitations, of course.
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