With the dark theme becoming the new favorite for every tech geek out there, Google has finally decided to bring a dark theme update with the Android 10. Not only the update allows you to get the home screen and lock screen blackout, but the update includes a number of applications as well that supports the similar darker theme.
Google Play Store Dark Mode on Android 10 Phones
As a matter of fact, the dark theme has been a much-needed feature for Android users. It will not only saves your smartphone’s battery but also will give relief to your eyes, while you are using your phone in dark.
With this in mind, you might be thinking which of the Google Apps are getting this new and much needed dark theme. Right? Well, among all, the Google Play Store is also the one that is getting a dark theme makeover this time. Yeah you have got it right. Google is all set to roll out Google Play Store Dark Theme Mode on Android 10 Phones and it is a matter of time when you will get it too.
In addition to the Google Play Store, other Google Apps that are getting this very similar darker mode includes:
- Files by Google
- Keep Notes
- Keep Notes (Web)
This means Android 10 is not just a pretty update but an intuitive one too. This system wide dark mode makes the user interface much easier on the eyes as well as on the battery of your smartphone.
The new darker mode has been seen after the Gmail just got updated. Some users spotted a fully functional dark mode in the Google Play Store and those users were, of course, using the Pixel handsets.
It has been reported that just like the other dark theme modes on different apps like Gmail, the version is just as good on the Play Store as well. The background of the interface is dark grey in color with the white and slight greyish text atop. However, the new design has been available for the new smartphone users for now, but it is expected to be rolling out soon for the previous devices.
The best part about this system wide dark mode is that it is not only rolling out for Google’s official apps but it is expected to be supported by some third party apps as well. These apps are expected to be the most prominent ones including Pocket, Amazon Kindle and Gboard, etc. Great, isn’t it?
Google has published the Android 10 OTA update files for all Pixel smartphones. One can check for new updates via Settings > System > System updates. And if you are not a Pixel user and looking to get your phone updated, you will need to wait for a few days more. We’ll report back once we learn Google has expanded the rollout of Play Store dark theme to more phones. So stay tuned for more updates regarding the Android 10 and keep your fingers crossed.