With the release of Android 10 in early September, there are still some major Google apps that haven't received a dark theme yet. The Play Store is the latest to reveal a dark theme after seeing the Google and Gmail apps in the last 24 hours.
This dark mode implies that Theme Play Store material becomes widely available in late August. After this major overhaul, today's friendly look is easier to implement for Google. The white background mainly goes to dark gray, like other applications for the first manufacturer.
This includes the main feed, the navigation drawer and the bottom bar, while the search bar uses a lighter shade. The different accent colors are simpler and more muted in hue. This applies especially to light green when working with apps and their Play Store listings, as well as Play Pass. Play Movies & TV Red and Books Blue receive the same treatment.
Compared to the previous awesome background, the apps that make end-to-end use of rounded square icons really pop up. The same can be said for screenshots and other advertising content. The section headings are white, while the smaller text and material icons select Gray. This dark theme makes it easy to browse editorial content, app lists, and other heavy text pages in the app.
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