Google last month released an update to Google Search on desktop and the web, which darkened users’ screens. The only trace of the old gray mode could be seen in the search bar at the top. Now, new reports suggest that the company is working on making the Google app on Android a little deeper.
As noted by 9To5Google, Google has updated the Google app on Android to go a little deeper. While the updated dark mode isn’t as black as what we saw on the web, it is darker than the existing dark mode which tints the screen color more gray than pure black.
The report says that instead of light gray, the dark theme is now closer to black, which is the exact opposite of the Google logo in white. Apart from the overall interface of the app, the company has also changed the pill-shaped Google search field, which is darker than before. On the other hand, the light gray lower bar remains unchanged. A similar change has been made to the top of the search results page as well.
That said, the updated dark mode isn’t widely available right now. Meaning, you can’t update the app to try out dark-dark mode just yet. Instead, you’ll wait until Google rolls out the feature as part of a stable update. In the meantime, you can try out the updated dark mode via APKMirror or by downloading the latest beta version (13.8) of the Google app from the Google Play Store. That said, since the feature is already available in beta, the update should be rolling out to users around the world on a stable update soon.
How to Enable Dark Mode on the Google App on Your Android Smartphone
Phase 1: Open the Google app on your Android smartphone.
step 2: Tap the More button, which appears as three dots in the lower right corner of the app.
step 3: Now tap on Settings option and then tap on General option.
step 4: Now, scroll down and select Theme option.
Step 5: Select Dark option to activate Dark Mode on Google app.
The dark mode of the Google app first appeared on BGR India after it went dark.