Everyone loves dark mode whether it be on Android or iOS. Dark mode has become a new favorite as it helps optimize battery consumption, enhances the overall aesthetics, and reduces the stress on eyes. Another such app where you can leverage the benefits of this new theme is on Google Photos, a gallery app that uses AI to enhance your pictures even more. Google has rolled out a server-side dark mode for Google photos across a slew of Android devices and here’s how you can enable it.
Steps To Enable Dark Mode In Google Photos
To start with the process of applying dark mode, you need to make sure that you have the latest version of Google Photos available on Google Playstore.
- First step is to gain access to the developer options which you can find by tapping Build Number in About Phones seven times.
- You then go to “Developer options” in settings and select ‘System’.
- Scroll down till you find night mode.
- Once you find night mode, you set it to “Always On”.
- And done! You can now enjoy the dark mode in Google Photos.
Please note that all the apps that rely on night mode will also switch to the dark mode theme if there’s a dark version available for the app. Please note that this method only works for devices running Android Pie and above since dark mode in Developer Options was added in Android Pie.