The dark-fashion revolution shows no signs of stopping, everyone seems to jump on this latest technology trend.
This stunning new look is now available for the latest Google and Apple operating systems, as well as for many dark-switched applications.
Gmail is one of the latest apps for this update. Some users will have access to this color scheme earlier this week.
Users of the latest versions of Apple’s Android 10 and iOS 13 can instantly apply this dark theme to their inbox and daily messages.
This is good news if you have the latest version of the software on your smartphone, but millions of them do not have access to this new popular feature.
According to SamMobile, Samsung devices running Android 9 Pie can not turn on the dark mode, which means that the wait may be long before the latest devices like the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10 do not do so.
Samsung has just started to release the beta version of its Android 10 for these flagship phones and a full official launch is unlikely until the beginning of next year.
If you’re one of the lucky few who have successfully downloaded Android 10 Beta to your Galaxy phone, you should find the option for the dark Gmail mode in your preferences.
But everyone has to show patients while Samsung is testing its trial software.
Of course, not only Samsung, which has not fully released Android 10 with devices from Huawei, LG and Sony, is waiting for this important update.
Android 10 was fully commercialized on September 3 and was initially only available for Google’s own Pixel devices and the Essential phone.
Of course, since its launch, a number of other handsets have been granted access to this update, with OnePlus announcing last that this upgrade was migrated to devices.
More will follow in the coming months, but until then, you’ll just stick to the lighter and more common look and feel of this messaging app.
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