More apps are jumping aboard the dark mode bandwagon.
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has jumped on the dark mode bandwagon, announcing that its mobile app will now support the feature. Tumblr's Color Palette allows users to choose the hue for their dashboard in both Android and
On Tumblr, users can now choose between Dark Mode to "turn down the lights"; Low-Contrast Class, which has a low-contract color scheme using blue tones; and True Blue, the default Tumblr colors.
To turn on dark mode, go to your settings by clicking the lower right person-shaped button, clicking the general settings button, and selecting Color Palette.
Also getting dark mode this week is the web version of Google Keep, which can be activated by clicking Settings in the top bar and selecting "Enable Dark Mode" from a drop-down menu. Dark mode is off by default on Keep and has to be enabled on every device you use.
According to Google, dark mode has been requested frequently by Keep users, and provides a better viewing experience. It will be rolled out gradually over 15 days beginning July 9.