As part of Android 10 leaving beta and arriving on Pixel gadgets as a steady build with an official darkish theme, Google informed us that Gmail would get its darker makeover later on this month. At the moment, it appears to be like just like the rollout of the darker aspect of Gmail might have begun.
The update to the version 2019.08.18.267044774 ought to have hit most gadgets at present. However, only a selected few have been given access to the darkish theme buried inside it. Google has to be doing that irritating server-side change thing, as a result of solely a few Reddit customers who appear to have a darkish theme for Gmail have the setting menu you might be seen above.
If you happen to update and wish to search for it, head into Gmail settings and you need to see a “Theme” alternative on the top, above your “Default notification action.” you have to tap that, you’ll get choices to force Gmail to be light or darkish, or you may let it reply to your system theme.
Overall, there isn’t a lot else to say, only that Gmail will get a darker or pale black theme moderately than pitch-black darkness. This could make for simpler reading and slightly much less distinction than you would possibly discover in Android 10’s system settings with darkish theme enabled.
As an added bonus, when you have a number of accounts in Gmail, this build allows a neat account switching swipe throughout your account avatar. Attempt swiping up or down on it. It’s neat!
Has anybody got the dark theme option yet, is still a question.