The decade ended with people looking for dark mode on their favourite mobile apps. While some developers were all ears and rolled out the dark mode, there are certain app developers, who considered the requests of the users with a grain of salt. However, if you rely most upon only stock Android apps, and is looking for a system-wide dark mode, you can get that on Android 10, the latest version of Android, at the time of writing this. Even though Android 10 is the latest version of Android, and it will take time before it runs on a majority of handsets.
I recently got the latest Android 10 on my Nokia 7 Plus, and I really found it useful to get the dark mode on my phone. Even though the system-wide dark mode isn’t available for all apps on an Android phone, like WhatsApp, Google Docs, or other apps, getting dark mode in most system elements is really charming, to say the least. I just expect, other developers too, don’t delay the final roll out of the dark mode in their apps. Today, I will discuss, how you can enable dark mode on your Android device running Android 10, obviously if you are blessed with the new update.
So, without any further delay, let’s get started with, how you can enable dark mode on Android 10.
Enabling dark mode on Android 10
Step 1: Open your Android device ‘Settings’, and tap on ‘Display’.
Step 2: Now just tap on the switch corresponding to ‘Dark theme’ to enable dark theme on Android 10.
Step 3: The dark theme is pretty deep, and you can find it is almost dark, in the notification dashboard.
Dark theme is a blessing on Android devices, and with Android 10, the system-wide dark theme is made available on the platform. I didn’t find any option to schedule dark mode as of now, but I think the feature will be added soon, as that is much anticipated.
So, that was all about, how you can enable dark system-wide theme on Android 10. Do you have anything to say? Feel free to comment on the same below.