Users Are Finally Getting a Glimpse of What a Proper Dark Mode Might Look like on Google Maps

Dark mode is one of the hottest features around and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that people are starting to realize the impact that blue light can often end up having on the kind of eyesight they are able to enjoy, with unfiltered blue light often leading to a lot of problems such as difficulty sleeping at night since your eyes will be used to the light and this might trick your brain into thinking that it is daytime at the moment.

While a lot of different apps now have dark mode, one app that has failed to fulfill the kind of requirements that people might have from such services is most definitely Google Maps. While Google has announced that Android 10 is finally going to provide a complete dark mode for a large number of Google apps that you might find native to your Android phone, the rollout has been quite slow and as a result of the fact that this is the case we haven’t really seen any hints of dark mode on Google Maps. With all of that having been said and out of the way, it is important to note that you often do get a dark mode if you are using the GPS navigation at night, but this won’t be enough since a lot of users might want some kind of dark mode that they can toggle on or off on their own based on the kind of usage they are expecting to see from such a thing.

However, Google Maps is finally giving a glimpse of what dark mode might look like, and this is definitely exciting a lot of users. We still don’t know when dark mode will officially be rolled out but this is definitely a sign that it will be coming sooner rather than later.

Hat Tip: AndroidPolice.

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