Technology Gmail’s dark mode begins rolling out today
Dark mode finally rolling out for Gmail on Android
If you spend a lot of time staring at screens all day (and all night, for that matter) many of you are no doubt glad to increasingly have a dark mode option become a more familiar part of your smartphone experience. Personally, Gmail is one of the apps I'm glued to for most of my waking hours, so it's certainly welcome to see that a dark mode for Gmail is finally rolling out. The caveat is that this is for the Android version of the app only, and you’ll need to be running Android 10. Android 10, released more than a week ago, has its own system-wide dark mode.
Google has started to roll out dark mode for Gmail starting today on both Android and iOS devices. If you already use Android 10 or iOS 13 and have dark mode switched on at the system level, Google says that Gmail will automatically adjust to dark mode. Additionally, dark mode will activate if you use a Pixel phone set to battery saver mode. If you’re using an earlier Android or iOS version, you’ll have to toggle a few settings.
To check if dark mode has been made available to you, open Gmail, click settings, and you’ll see a new option called “Theme,” and within that, dark mode can be switched on.
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Dark mode update for Gmail rolls out to Android 10 phones
One of the main features of this year's iOS 13 and Android 10 releases is dark mode, a feature supposed to increase battery life on devices featuring OLED screens dramatically. That's a side benefit, as dark mode should make it easier on the eyes to use a smartphone or tablet at night or in low-lit environments. However, one of the issues with dark mode is that, while it's enabled at a system level, some app developers also have to update their apps with dark mode designs so that you can take advantage of dark mode in apps. Google may have brought dark mode to Android 10, but not all of its apps support it.— Gmail (@gmail)
If you’re not seeing this option, don’t worry. Google says in itsthat dark mode is releasing over an “extended rollout” period of 15 days or longer on Android and iOS. So if you don’t already have the feature, it’s on the way; you just might be in for a bit of a wait.
More and more apps are getting dark modes added, and we’re tracking every development. A few of Google’s popular apps have gotten dark mode support recently. added the feature last month for Android and iOS users, while the feature in is currently limited to Android users. Curiously, Google’s main app still doesn’t have it for either operating system, nor does Google Maps.
PHOTO Hortense Brogniart, Denis Brogniart's wife, is a taxidermist
When Denis Brogniart and Hortense met for the first time, 14 years ago, they both worked on television. But since then, she has totally changed her profession: she is now a taxidermist.
Did you know? Hortense, Denis Brogniart's wife, is a taxidermist! She has been doing this job for a few years with passion, naturalizing animals with talent. An activity that she has not always exercised, as confided last year to her husband in Paris., she was head of publishing on the news channel. Denis Brogniart, he was already host Koh-Lanta. Sensing that she needed escape, he had suggested that adventure game. "We're going to Panama to film the third season and ... the magic of love is working! ", Recalled the star of TF1.
A few years later, Hortense gave birth to their twins, Lili and Violette. In 2006, little Blanche arrived in her turn. A year later, they were getting married. She then "put her career in parentheses" to raise children, as Denis Brogniart told Parisian. A period during which Hortense wondered about her professional future, before making a radical decision: "She totally changed course, explained Denis. Today she is a taxidermist!
on Jul 10, 2015 at 12:05 pm PDT
On her Instagram account, Hortense Brogniart posts from time to time some of her creations. Visibly specialized in birds, she naturalized crows, peacocks, chickens and even a parrot. On one of the clichés, we can see it in full work on a big cat. On her official website, she states that "all the animals" she transforms "have traceability and are naturalized in accordance with the Washington Convention". The taxidermist works "on command", and a priori, it seems to work very well for her!
Posted by [email protected] (@hortensebrogniart) on Nov 5, 2016 at 3:38 am PDT
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One of Google’s most popular apps might finally be getting dark mode .
Dark mode has been slowly spreading across the entire mobile app ecosystem over the last few years, but Apple's decision to add a dedicated system-wide dark mode to iOS 13 might have escalated the adoption of the feature even further. For example, just this week, Instagram updated its app with a dark mode, and now there are signs that one of Google's most important mobile apps will be going dark in the near future as well. According to AndroidAccording to Android Police, elements of dark mode have begun to appear in the latest versions of Maps Preview and Maps Beta, signaling that Google is at the very least testing the feature out.
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