Activate Dark Mode on Google Calendar to get black look

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When so many apps are getting dark mode then how Google Calendar app can be left behind, yes, the “Dark Mode” can also be activated on it. After that, the background will be in black colour to save battery and put less strain on the eyes. Here in this tutorial we will show how to apply the dark design on Google calendar.

Enable Dark Mode in Google Calendar

  1. Open Google Calendar app on your smartphone.
  2. At the top left, tap on the burger menu icon (  ).
  3. Scroll towards the end and select the settings option.
  4. Now at the top, tap on General settings.
  5. Find the Theme option and select Dark design or theme.

Here are the screenshots:

Time needed: 1 minute.

Step to enable Dark theme on Google Calendar, easily…

  1. Access Calendar

    On your smartphone, search for Google Calendar app and run it. After that tap on the burger menu icon(   ) given on the left top side of the app.

    Google Calender Dark mode

  2. Google Calendar App’s settings

    A menu will slide out, scroll down to the end and tap on Settings option.


  3. Tap on General Settings

    As we enter into Settings, on the top the first option which will appear is General, touch that to open.

    Select Gogole Calender settings General

  4. Select Google Calendar Theme

    Under General scroll to Theme option and tap on that to access available background colours.

    Select Google Calender dark theme

  5. Select Dark theme

    There will be three options Dark, light and Battery Save. If you select Battery Saver, then the app automatically selects Dark theme whenever the phone runs on low battery. However, if you want permanent black background select the Dark option.

    Select Dark mode

  6. Final View:

    After all above steps, finally, you will have a dark mode on your Calendar app.

    Dark mode of Calender

In this way, we can get a black theme on the Calendar app by following just few steps on Android smartphones or Tablets.

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H2S Media Team
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