Dark Mode is a feature that a lot of users ask for. It’s simply a lot easier to look at your screen if you have Dark Mode enabled. That’s why many users schedule Dark Mode for a specific time on their Android devices.
Other places where you can enable Dark Mode are on Facebook and Bitwarden, to mention a few. But, if you’re still not using Dark Mode on Google Photos, you can enable it in less than a minute. If you ever change your mind, follow the same steps to turn it off.
How to Enable Dark Mode on Google Photos
To turn on Dark Mode on your Android app, open Google Photos and tap on your profile picture. Go to Settings and look for the Themes option. By default, it will be set to Always in light theme. Tap on it, and you’ll see three options. You’ll see:
- Always in light theme
- Always in dark theme
- Same as device theme
When you make your choice and don’t forget to tap on the Save button, there’s no need to restart the app or your device; the changes will be applied immediately. Now Google Maps will join all the other apps you’re using in dark mode.
Using an app in dark mode is easier only for your eyes and gives the app more style. Now you know how easy it is to switch to dark mode on Google Maps. But if you ever change your mind, you know how to go back to light theme. How often do you like to use the dark theme? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.