Dark Theme coming to Android (Oreo, Pie, Q)
So you probably heard about Dark Mode or Dark Theme coming to Androids. yeah some of you are probably thinking big whoop, I have apps that already have a toggle that turns on dark mode. Yeah you might but those are only a small handful of apps which have their own independant Dark Mode Toggle, and they have to be written that way from the developer and have to be toggled on and off somewhere from within the app, yeah it works but not all app developers are on board with this until now. Google Android, has finally made an OFFICIAL Dark Theme standard... which is toggled from the quick settings tile, they have already released a few apps for now with the Official Dark theme, and more and more apps are on the way which will implement this.
Dark Theme is actually easier on the eyes at night time and also saves battery power, or as my kids say... "Saves Hydro Daddy" lol. The best thing about this is you do not have to go looking thru every app to find the dark theme toggle, you can change it from within the system settings menu and any apps that have been written with this in mind will respect the system setting and turn dark when you open them, or will go back to bright if you turn off the toggle.
Right now, it is only available on Android Oreo (8), Android Pie (9) and the not yet released Android Q (10). Those of you with Nugget, sorry your SOL. In fact its officially supported on Android Pie (9) at this time, but can be turned on in Android Oreo but not easily at this time. I happen to have Android Pie (9) on my Samsung Android Phone, and its a nice update, it works beautiful. Almost ALL the samsung core apps recognise the Dark Theme toggle, and turn dark. the only ones that do not yet is the Samsung Galaxy Store and Samsung Themes Store. There is also only one Google App that recognizes the universal Dark Theme toggle right now, its the Google Photos app, which is awesome. Other google apps may have their own independant dark theme toggle, but soon will be re-written to recognize the system wide flag and follow it. so if you have an older phone that running on Nugget or older, you will still have apps that have dark theme but its not a sysem wide implementation at this time sorry but that's the best you will get on that os.