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Dark Mode Available in Gmail Natively

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If you have been longing for the dark mode feature in Gmail here is a good news for you.

The dark mode is finally available in Gmail for mobile natively.

Here is a screenshot shared by 9 to 5 Google which shows the dark mode in action.

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The dark mode is available in the latest version of Gmail app in the Play Store.

Although it won’t be available to everyone since it is a server-side update and will be rolled out gradually.

How how to enable dark mode in Gmail app

If if you want to check whether the feature is available to you natively or not, can go to the settings of the Gmail app by tapping on the hamburger icon on the top left, and then scrolling down.

You you will be finding settings of the Gmail app where you can find the dark mode if it is available to you.

Enable enable dark mode for Gmail for web

If if you want to use the dark mode for the Gmail, it is already rolled out Google Chrome users. Check out this article for more details on how to enable dark mode for Gmail for web

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