Google Is Rolling Out Dark Mode To The Google App, Assistant, Search, And More

Pappi Hex

Google has been testing Android Q for sometime now with its key focus on implementing dark mode on the next Android update.

The Internet search giant brought a system-wide dark mode on Android Q beta, and has also been rolling out dark theme to most of its most apps. Google is now rolling out a dark theme to the beta Google App,

First seen by Androidpolice, the dark theme feature seems to be available for a few users only and isn't sure when it will hut everyone's device.

However, if you have the latest Google app beta v10.4.3 installed and are happen to be on the server-side that the feature is available, you will get a notice when you open the app telling you that the dark theme has been enabled and can be turned off in the settings.

To enable or disable the dark theme feature, head to More > Settings > General > Dark theme. There, you can decide if you want it always be enabled or disabled, or have it follow the system settings.

Once enabled, the entire Google app will switch to dark grey, including the bottom tab, all your searches, the in-app Discover feed, recent searches, your collection, and all the settings.

The Google Assistant will also be receive the dark theme once you enable it. That is, the pop-up, daily dashboard, explore section, and all the assistant settings will change to the new dark theme interface. 

To receive this, you must sign up for Google beta test (if you are have signed up for it), install the latest build of Google app installed and then hope to be among the lucky few who are receiving it for now. You can as well just download the Google app beta v10.4.3 on APK Mirror

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