- Google has implemented a dark mode in the beta version of the Google application.
- The new mode affects the functionality of Google Assistant, such as information cards.
- Unfortunately, the app's application in the dark is still not polished.
Google takes some time to get to the idea of dark mode, but the Mountain View giant has consistently applied this option in several applications. Now Google Assistant is the latest service that receives support in dark mode.
According to 9to5Google the latest beta of the Google app (version 9.5) really offers dark mode. This obviously affects the information cards, the question and answer history page, and the page listing the possible Google Assistant voice commands. , Output images (seen below) also show inconsistent application of the topic, primarily ignoring the purpose of a dark topic. So we do not have to expect a full release because Google apparently has a few changes to make first.
Wants to try it anyway? Well, you'll need to download the latest beta to get started. But you either have to turn on the battery saving option or turn on night mode in the Android Pie Developer options.  Google is pushing darker
Applying is another sign that Google takes seriously the dark mode. The mode that gives users a dark (or completely black) color scheme has several key benefits. On the one hand, the regime is easier for the eyes at night, which reduces the glare compared to the traditional color scheme.
The dark mode also reduces battery consumption on OLED-screen phones, as pixels that show black are actually turned off. In fact, Google has already claimed that energy savings are up to 60% in certain situations.
Google Assistant will not be the first Google service that offers dark mode following YouTube, Google Maps, Android and Discover. The news comes a few days after XDA-Developers discovered dark mode in an early version of Android Q.
What do you think about the dark application mode so far? You can sign up for the Google Beta Program using the button below if you want to check it yourself.