The Play Store for Android 10 is Getting Dark Mode


Finally, Play Store has got the most awaited feature of time that is Dark Mode. This feature was discovered by Android 10 users who found a setting in Play Store for activating Dark Mode. However, don’t be too much happy, as this feature is not official yet. The launch of Play Store for Android 10 is not officially announced.

However, as some of the users have spotted this feature in their play store, it means this feature is going to launch soon for everyone. Almost all Google Apps now offer dark mode, but Play Store was ignored for long.

Get Ready to Welcome The Play Store for Android 10

When the company will launch this feature officially, it will allow users to choose from  permanent light, permanent dark, or automatic selection. As users are anxiously waiting for it from soo long, this feature will get too much popularity and users once it reaches us.

Some Android 10 users were in for a surprise when they discovered a setting for the Play Store that activated dark mode, a long-requested feature. Don’t get your hopes up too soon—this isn’t officially out yet. However, as Android Police spotted, some users did find the setting for dark mode in their Play Store app. Though Android 10’s system-wide dark mode works well, Play Store is one of the few major Google apps left not to offer app-specific support for a dark theme. The elusive dark mode setting (Photos courtesy of Android Police) - The Play Store is getting this major feature at last The elusive dark mode setting (Photos courtesy of Android Police) When official rollout arrives, it will apparently allow for permanent light, permanent dark, or automatic selection based on overall system settings. As dark mode gains even more popularity with users, the option will likely be met with a warm welcome, late as it arrives. Though the feature seems to appear at random without regard to the app version, it only seems to be available on Android 10 devices. Support for Pie and older is still unknown, though it possibly might only make an appearance on devices with the newer operating system. We’ll just have to wait and see.

It seems that this feature only supports Android 10 devices as the testing was done on it. Right now its support for older devices is still unknown as company has not shared words about it. Only time will clear all these aspects so lets wait and watch.

This is not the first app getting dark mode, many have already launched it and few are still working to make it possible. WhatsApp has also launched dark mode for beta users and it commits that the dark mode of it is even better than all the other apps who have launched it.

Also Read: WhatsApp Dark Mode Gets 27 New Solid Colour Options on Android

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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