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Google on Tuesday announced the rollout of Gmail’s dark mode to both Android and iOS devices.
The company teased the new theme in a tweet, showing off black and grey tones on the traditionally white and red app.
— Gmail (@gmail) September 24, 2019
Users can enable dark mode via Gmail settings, or through their system settings on Android 10 and iOS 13.
“On Pixel, when Battery Saver is enabled, Gmail will default to Dark theme automatically,” Google also noted.
Dark mode will appear on Android 10 devices, and iOS 11 upwards, over the next few days.
Feature image: screenshot, @gmail via Twitter