Dark Mode is now on everywhere whether you see on some of the popular browsers, apps, themes, Android, iOS, and even on Windows OS as well. It offers a different kind of look and feels to the users than the normal light mode. While the AMOLED display devices get much benefitted from it due to the colour saturation. Google has released dark mode for YouTube, Google Chrome, Google Calander, Google Keep, and more. Now, the Google Fit gets dark mode in v2.16 which is currently available to download on APKMirror.
The Google Fit offers fitness tracking for the users who are fitness-centric and maintain running, walking, or calorie burns every day. It’s available for Android OS, Wear OS, iOS as well. Google’s API manages to keep tracking the data from all other apps and devices to show fitness activity.
Google Fit gets dark mode
The new stable Google Fit app with version 2.16 gets the toggle option to select between a manual light or dark theme. Additionally, it has an option to synchronize the whole system data in Android Q Beta which is a good move from Google. While the Android Pie users can also set the theme to turn on Battery Saver mode automatically. It’s worth mentioning that turning on the battery saver mode will enable dark mode.
However, the new theme on Google Fit is having a grey background instead of full black. Though the dark mode experience won’t be affected by this. Even if you’re using an IPS display, you can’t find any major differences.
Steps to Enable Dark Mode in Google Fit
You will need to install the latest version of the Google Fit app from Google Play Store. We have provided the link below. Additionally, we have also shared the APKMirror external download link of v2.16.
- Open the app > Go to “Profile” section.
- Tap on the “Settings” (gear icon on the top left corner).
- Scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and you will find the “Theme” option. From there you can choose the color options.