After updating almost all its primary apps, Google has finally brought the dark theme to its Home app with its…Read More
After updating almost all its primary apps, Google has finally brought the dark theme to its Home app with its latest update. The new update for the app brings the dark theme to both Android and iOS versions of the app and users can now head to the respective app stores to download the latest update.
As reported by 9to5Google, the latest version 2.27 of Google Home app now includes dark themes along with support system-wide dark mode that automatically gets enabled or disabled based on the overall smartphone’s theme. However, users as of now, can’t enable or disable the dark theme from the Settings menu of the app as the app does not come with any such option.
It is also important to note that the update is now available to download for Android users via Google Play Store, however, iOS users don’t need to update the app at all as dark theme is being rolled out as server-side update.
For those unaware, Google is also rumoured to be working on a new user-interface for its Photos app. The new UI reveals an all new text based user interface compared to the icon based interface in the previous version of the app. There’s a new feature called Suggestions that is basically an AI-based recommendation that tells users about the edits to make a photo look better. An upper carousel shows other options such as Black and White, Colour focus, Blur, etc. There’s another section that shows other photos editing apps installed on a smartphone.