Google’s Keep is going dark this month

Google is adding a dark mode to its Keep app on the web with this month’s Suite updates. The firm earlier brought dark mode to Google Keep for Android and iOS.

As per Google’s blog post:

You can now enable Dark mode for Keep on the web. To activate Dark mode, click Settings (gear icon) in the top bar and select “Enable Dark mode” from the dropdown menu.
Note that Dark mode must be enabled on a per-device basis. You can also enable Dark mode for Keep on Android.
Dark mode is a popular feature that’s frequently requested by Calendar and Keep users. It creates a better viewing experience in low-light conditions by reducing brightness.

Dark mode will be rolling out over the next 9 days, so you may see it later than everyone else.  Google will also be adding dark mode broadly to its Android operating system this fall and has already been spotted working it for Chrome OS. The benefits of Dar mode may be debatable but there’s no denying its newfound ubiquity.

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