Nearly five months after the release of iOS 13, Google has finally updated its Translate app with Dark Mode support on the iPhone and iPad, although the color scheme is dark gray rather than true black.

Dark Mode in the Google Translate app is tied to the system-level appearance selected in Settings > Display & Brightness > Appearance.

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Google has been slowly adding Dark Mode support to its iOS apps, but the option is still not available for all Gmail app users.

Google Translate is a free download on the App Store.

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pbush25 Avatar
55 months ago
Meanwhile... my gmail still doesn’t have dark mode rolled out to it...which I just don’t understand.
I get a slow roll out but my wife had access to it almost immediately and that was in December when they started rolling it out.
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pbush25 Avatar
55 months ago

Well it took five months just to get something simple like translate updated. I can only imagine how long something more complicated like gmail might take. Maybe next year?
It’s already been updated - it’s just a server side toggle that they’re not rolling out all at once. I get that as a developer, but usually phased releases last a couple weeks, maybe a month for something really complex. But a >3 month phased release for dark mode? Come on.
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thewebb Avatar
55 months ago
I, also, want to join in on the frustration train that my gmail still doesn't have dark mode :mad:
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roncron Avatar
55 months ago

Meanwhile... my gmail still doesn’t have dark mode rolled out to it...which I just don’t understand.
I get a slow roll out but my wife had access to it almost immediately and that was in December when they started rolling it out.
Same here. It’s frustrating, and I’ve wasted hours looking for a solution.
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