At Google I/O 2k19, Google revealed a lot of information about it’s Android 10, incorporating the truth that it’s having a system-wide dark mode which not just darkens the system application’s user interface but additionally enables any third-party applications which opt-in.
Google demonstrates that they are planning to update all the important applications alongside the dark themes by using time Android 10 versions, but now its been more than a week since the stable Android 10 version for the pixel mobile phones and two main Google applications have yet to broadly run the dark themes: Play Store & Gmail.
A day before, the Gmail Android app started showing a dark theme button for several users and now we’ve got the complete-featured dark mode in the Google Play App Store as well.
Today, I’ve opened the Play Store application on my Pixel 2 XL Smartphone which is running on Android 10 and I saw that the whole Play Store user interface was screening a really dark theme, almost black background color via the user interface.
I have the system-wide dark mode switched-on in Display settings, yet I don’t have the reverse force dark Developer button appeared nor do I have installed any third-party themes. I did alter a bit alongside the Play Store the next day, but that changes never led to a featured dark theme until now.
XDA Recognized Developer “Quinny899” tried to duplicate it; however, he wasn’t able to get dark mode on his own Smartphone. Hence, it’s probable that this dark theme could actually be rolling out for few users throughout a server-side test.
Once the Google Play Store extensively rolling out the dark theme, we will let you know everything. Google newly rolled out a Material Theme for the Play Store in training for the dark mode, yet the organization pulled back as well as rolled out that redesign lots of times as result there’s no update about when they’ll make the dark theme accessible for any android users.