Google has taken a moment to post on its blog the availability of Dark mode for two of your apps: Calendar and Keep. A dark mode trend today and that we can see in a multitude of apps and custom layers.
This way you get a better viewing experience in low light conditions by reducing the brightness emitted by the screen of our mobile. In fact, Samsung boasted the dark way of its One UI, the new custom layer existing in the Galaxy.
With everything that happens today with the issue of Android and Huawei, and that possible response from the Chinese brand, the great G has just announced the Dark theme availability for those two apps which are usually installed on millions of devices worldwide.
The dark theme can be activated manually by users in Calendar like this:
- We go to Settings> General> Theme and the dark mode available in Calendar is activated.
The same we will do in Google Keep, although the route for this is shortened considerably:
- We go to Settings and activate Dark Mode.
It is necessary to know that this update does not arrive from the server side, but that we have to update the two applications so that it takes effect and we can activate this option for the visualization of the content.
Two updates that will arrive from today to 20 days or so. The funny thing is that for all those who are with the version Android Q will have it enabled by default and so you will save having to put it on your own.
Two apps widely used by many who now have the dark mode to better visualize the experience they grant, either managing the agenda or keeping notes.
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