Well, at the moment, we are very aware of everything related to dark mode. Also, despite the fact that it has already reached the system with iOS 13 and iPadOS updates, the fact is there are still many applications without compatibility with this new article. And we're not just talking about small developers, which are very hard to find, but the biggest ones.
In this case, we're talking about one of the Google apps. Specifically, from the Gmail app for the iPhone, which was announced some time ago as part of the company's apps will soon find black mode. Yes, the truth is that moment seems to have already arrived
Some users are already able to access this dark Gmail method due to a simple and easy strategy. As shared by user @ AR72014 through On Twitter, Dark mode can be forced to work in Gmail it's just about 4 or 5 times the app shutdown, something we can do with the iOS integration menu. After this, and assuming that we have activated the system blackout mode, the app will now be activated with black mode activated.
if you want to enable dark mode in Gmail follow this little trick
try shutting down 4/5 times (due to black system)
so it worked for me https://t.co/xE9k5G7tK9
– AR7 (@ AR72014) May 8, 2020
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Of course, it seems that this trick makes it clear that it's only a matter of days that we can have black mode without forcing anything. It probably depends on Google to activate the feature for everyone using its servers. In any case, look how the new app goes to the dark side it's always fun, especially if you're an email manager like Google.