Google appears to be rolling out darkish mode theme to the Google Images app on Android 9 Pie. It’s good to see that the corporate is rolling out the much-requested function to older OS as a substitute of locking it to Android Q. This isn’t the primary time that the Google Images app has acquired the darkish mode theme. The corporate had initially rolled it out with the official Android Q system-wide toggle. Some customers with OnePlus and Samsung units are already reporting that they’ve acquired the brand new theme.
The rollout of darkish mode theme to Google Images app comes days after Google rolled the theme on its Preserve and Google Calendar. In response to stories on Reddit, it seems to be like there isn’t a guide toggle to allow the darkish mode theme within the apps. As an alternative, the apps appear to comply with no matter has been chosen within the Developer possibility within the Settings app. The app additionally appears to be following the default setting on the respective OnePlus and Samsung units.
Speaking concerning the darkish mode theme in these apps, Google doesn’t appear to be going full on black. As an alternative, the corporate is choosing a darkish grey background. The search bar on the highest is merged with the standing bar, and the navigation bar on the underside appears to be barely lighter in colour. Nonetheless, your entire look is prone to enhance the emphasis in your images because of the distinction. The factor to notice right here is that the darkish theme mode right here just isn’t half baked, and works uniformly throughout your entire app excluding Google Lens.
Nonetheless, in case you’re checking your Google Images app and may’t see this new replace then it’s price noting that it appears to be a server-side change. Because of this there isn’t a separate, newer app replace that you’ll want to try to discover. Along with that, this new mode just isn’t extensively accessible proper now although that would change.