With, Google lets you apply a systemwide dark theme across its , and you can easily turn it on in individual Google apps as well, from Calculator and Calendar to YouTube, on your phone. But Google doesn’t let you apply it everywhere, and a few popular apps — including Chrome — lack a dark-mode setting. Gmail has been one of them, but starting this week it’s no longer a holdout, as Google has started to roll out a dark-mode setting for Gmail on Android 10.
Dark mode is increasingly in demand. Before Android took it on, the popularity of dark modes for apps was already growing, in the Facebook Messenger, Slack and Reddit apps, for example. And, as iPhones and iPads ($249 at Walmart) will also get a dark theme with .