One of Android’s most distinctive features has been dark mode. It released with Android 10 initially. In its most basic form, the Dark Mode is a glorified “theme” that substitutes a black or deep grey colour for the lighter elements of your screens and menus.
If you have an AMOLED display, then dark mode can be enabled to save battery, as dark mode turns off the pixels in AMOLED displays. Also, it will help you to reduce eyes strain. Here is how you can enable system-wide dark mode on any Android smartphone. Also, if you have an iPhone, check our guide on; how to enable dark mode on your iPhone.
How to Turn on Dark Mode on Android
Different smartphone manufacturers build Android smartphones with their version of user interfaces like MIUI, OneUI, Realme OS and more. But the basic settings are the same on all Android smartphones.
You can follow the below steps to enable dark mode on any Android smartphone.
Step 1: Open the “Settings” application and navigate to the “Display” option.
Step 2: Here, you will find an option to enable dark mode, depending on the phone or tablet manufacturer. It may call “Dark Mode” or “Dark Theme,” but some call it “Night Mode.” Just turn this option “ON” to enable the dark mode.
Step 3: However, if you are not getting the option to enable dark mode, you can use the search option on the Settings application. Just search for “Dark Mode” and enable the option.
How to Turn Dark Mode from Status Bar
You can also enable dark mode from the Status Bar (Notification panel). Here, you will find quick access settings.
Note:- To open the Status Bar, swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen. On some smartphones, you have to swipe up from the bottom edge of your screen.
Here, look for a shortcut called “Dark Mode.” Now you can use it to turn on/off dark mode on any Android smartphone.
These are a few ways to enable system-wide dark mode on Android. I hope the article was helpful to you. If you have any questions or suggestions, you can leave them in the comment section below.