Has Gmail App’s Dark Mode Finally been Perfected for iPhone and iPad?
The image above lets you see what “Dark Mode is about.
After many false starts and software with problems of functionality, Google appears to have mastered the long-awaited “dark mode” for Gmail.
This functionality is for Apple iPad and iPhone.
Version 6.0.200519 of Gmail, which propagated through the App Store overnight, includes the following release notes:
” You can now switch between dark or light theme after upgrading to iOS 13.
You can use the system theme set by default.
Google first announced dark mode for its Gmail app in September 2019.
Progress since then has been patchy on iOS.
Problems such as users managing to activate dark mode in the app, only to find that it vanishes when they close the iPad or iPhone and restart it.
Some potential users haven’t been able to access the feature at all.
The recent update should hopefully bring to an end months of waiting for a significant number of users.
- Launch the Gmail app.
- Tap the Menu icon (the three lines) in the top-left corner of the screen.
- Scroll down and tap Settings.
- Tap Theme. (If you don’t see the option, try force-quitting and then relaunching the app.)
- Select Light, Dark, or System default.
The latter option makes Gmail’s theme default to your device’s system settings. This default option is useful if you’ve set the appearance of IOS to change automatically depending on the time of day.
Note that if your device is running iOS 11 or iOS 12, you’ll see a Dark theme toggle instead of a Theme submenu in the Settings screen.
This edited article, first appeared in full on MacRumors.com
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