Flipboard for Android now has darkish mode. This comes after greater than a yr of introducing the identical characteristic for iOS customers. The darkish mode setting respects your system-wide UI preferences, and will also be enabled or disabled everytime you really feel like. The new darkish mode comes with the most recent Flipboard Android model 4.2.59. The replace may very well be rolling out steadily and all customers could not see it on Google Play retailer instantly. Dark mode, as is the norm, affords a gray panorama that’s straightforward on the eyes as in comparison with the sunshine theme.
The changelog for the Flipboard Android app model 4.2.59 confirms that darkish mode has arrived. It reads, “Now with dark mode: We know you have been asking for it, and now the wait is over. To turn on dark mode, go to Settings under your Profile, then tap on Theme. Here, you can choose Light, Dark, or Use System Setting, which will adjust dark mode based on your phone’s system settings”. Android Police was the primary to spot the replace.
Dark Mode modifications the background to black, with tabs displaying gray font. If an exterior hyperlink is accessed by means of the app, that hyperlink will open in a browser in regular mode and will not have a darkish palette. Cards contained in the app will respect the darkish mode design. If you have got darkish mode as your system-wide choice, Flipboard will swap to darkish mode mechanically. To disable it, customers can go their profile > Settings > Theme, and select from three choices – Use system settings, Light, and Dark. If you want to disable the darkish theme, customers can go for the sunshine theme as a substitute.
If your system-wide choice just isn’t set to darkish mode, then you’ll be able to allow darkish theme for Flipboard in the identical Settings menu. To replace ‘Flipboard for Android’, head to Google Play retailer and test for an replace. Users may go for an APK Mirror obtain in the event that they have not acquired an replace by means of Google Play and like to not wait.
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