While we have all been seeing the trend of dark mode on all the apps that we have been using so far, there is also a reason why it is done. And the reason is that majority of the flagship smartphones nowadays come with AMOLED panels and these panels have a speciality where they preserve battery while showing blacks. This is because the individual LEDs are shut down when showing black rather than producing the same. This is the reason why we have seen people saying dark mode saves a lot of battery but that is only for AMOLED while LCD does take less battery.
Having said that, we know that Google has not yet rolled out dark mode for all of its apps and services for some reason. Even though we know that dark mode is available for both Android 10 and iOS13 with a universal switch, official support means that the app is better suited to adapt to the changes. So we have some good news from Google as the company is starting to roll out dark mode for its Google Search app on both iOS and Android.
Google says that this rollout will start from 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time on May 20. This means that once you wake up tomorrow morning, you will see that your phones now have a dark mode for Google Search app and that will be good news for a lot of you dark mode lovers.
Apart from that, Google says that they will be allowing users on both iOS and Android to do more customizations inside the app in order to tune them according to preferences. Having said that, it is worth noting that this will not be true dark mode but only a “grey” mode for the Google app which will leave many disappointed as always.