Google Keep for the Web gets Dark Mode

Google is apparently looking at bringing its Dark Mode to “all the things.” Android Auto is schedule to get it soon, but now it looks like Google’s note-taking application Keep has received it on the Web.

Google Keep first got Dark Mode on the mobile app itself, so the Web applications is essentially just following suit.

To activate Dark mode, you will have to click on the Settings gear icon at the top, and then select “Enable Dark mode” from the dropdown menu.

Dark Mode for Keep is one of their most requested features, according to Google. Calendar users also request Dark Mode a lot, which could indicate that Google will rollout a similar feature for that platform.

source: Google

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