After months of deferral and conflicting functionality, the rollout of Google’s hotly-anticipated dark mode for Gmail seems to have at last finished on iPhone and iPad.
Version 6.0.200519 of Gmail, which spread through the App Store overnight, incorporates the following release notes:
Pro Tip (on the off chance that you haven’t seen): You would now be able to switch between the dark or light theme in the wake of upgrading to iOS 13. Or on the other hand, you can use the system theme set by default.
Google declared dark mode for its Gmail application back in September 2019, however rollout from that point forward has been patchy on iOS without a doubt, with certain clients figuring out how to activate dark mode in the application, just for it to disappear on the next restart. Others haven’t had the option to get to the feature by any means.
With a touch of karma, the present update ought to stop months of waiting for an enormous segment of clients. To empower dark mode in Gmail on iPhone and iPad, update the application on your gadget, at that point follow these steps.
- Launch the Gmail application.
- 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, attempt force-stopping and afterward relaunching the application.)
- Select Light, Dark, or System default. The last alternative makes Gmail’s theme default to your gadget’s system settings, which is a valuable option on the off chance that you’ve set the presence of iOS to change automatically relying upon the time of day.
Note: If your gadget is running iOS 11 or iOS 12, you’ll see a Dark theme switch rather than a Theme submenu in the Settings screen.
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