Looks like Google is finally building dark mode straight into Android


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One thing Android users have consistently asked for over the years is a dedicated dark mode for browsing at night – and it seems Google has finally decided to accommodate this request.

Responding to a thread asking to include the feature in the next iteration of the mobile operating system, a Google employee confirmed that its engineering team has added the functionality.

Responding to a thread asking to include the feature in the next iteration of the mobile operating system, a Google employee confirmed that its engineering department has added the functionality.

“Our engineering team has added [dark mode],” the employee said. “It will be available in a future Android release.” Unfortunately, the message makes no mention precisely in which iteration the new feature will land.

But from the looks of it, it will likely be…

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