They have taken their thing, but finally they have done it. About five months after the launch of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Google has updated its application Google Translate to offer support with the dark mode functionality of the operating systems for iPhone and iPad.
The dark mode iOS 13 is already present in the vast majority of the most popular applications in the App Store. One of the few that has not yet been updated to offer this novelty is WhatsApp, although recently we have discovered that the dark mode of WhatsApp will be available within 10 days for all users.
If you want to enjoy the dark mode of Google Translate, all you have to do is update or download the application on your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings, go to the "Screen and brightness" section and select the "Dark" aspect. Additionally, you can also activate the dark mode of the system from the Control Center, keeping your finger pressed on the screen brightness indicator.
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The dark mode of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13
Google has been incorporating the dark mode in many of its applications to integrate them with the iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 system. But the process has been quite slow. In fact, some Gmail users still cannot enjoy this novelty because the update is coming gradually.
If you want to take a look at the dark mode of Google Translate, then we leave you a screenshot. As you can see, the shades are rather gray instead of black, but they do their job perfectly.
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You can download the Google Translate application for free from the iOS App Store and iPadOS: