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Android Q Will Feature Native System-Wide Dark Mode

Android is the most favourite mobile operating system of the planet, and the Mountain View company Google is behind this amazing operating system. Google always tries to bring something new as well as give more benefits to its users, and the latest efforts of Google is the dark mode which will also improve the battery. And that’s why the company urges developers to give support of dark mode in their applications and we have plenty of such applications at this moment of time. But now we got a new report which suggests that Google wants to go to the next level, as the upcoming Android version – Android Q will come with a native system-wide dark mode.

According to the recent post on the Chromium bug tracker (Via), it has been confirmed that the upcoming Android Q will come with a native system-wide dark mode. You can really the post below.

Android Q Will Feature Native System-Wide Dark Mode

Apart from this, there is no other information is available. That said, we are in the early days of the and Google roll out the new version of Android by the end of August. That means we are eight months away for the new version of operating system and during this period we will definitely going to hear more about the upcoming Android Q and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates at your fingertips.

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