How to Use Dark Mode on Android

Whether you have light-sensitive eyes or you’re just trying to conserve a little battery, there are many benefits to using dark mode on Android. Dark mode allows you to change the coloring of your screen from bright white and blue-toned light to darker colors with an orange-hued light that’s easier on the eyes. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to use dark mode and how to enable and disable this setting on your Android device.

How Do I Turn On Dark Mode for All Apps?

When you turn on dark mode via settings, it will also turn on dark mode for all of the supported apps on your phone. There’s no need to individually enable dark mode for each of your apps.

Step 1: Navigate to your device’s Settings menu.

Step 2: Select “Display.”

Step 3: On this screen, you should see an option labeled “Dark Theme.” Toggle it on. Done!

How Do I Turn Off Dark Mode on My Android?

If you decide you’re not a fan of dark mode or move into a more brightly-lit setting and need your phone brightness to operate at full force, turning off dark mode is as straightforward as turning it on.

Step 1: Navigate to your device’s Settings menu.

Step 2: Select “Display.”

Step 3: On this screen, toggle “Dark Theme” off.

Take some time to experiment using dark mode on your Android and see when this setting works for you. You may prefer to use it at nighttime or for certain apps, but choose to use your phone with regular brightness settings during the day. Luckily, toggling dark mode on and off is very simple, so you can change your mind and adjust this setting as often as you’d like.

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