Google Keep now has a dark mode. If Android 10 is running on your device, it automatically turns on if you enable the system-wide, dark design. If Android 10 is not running on your device, you must manually turn on Dark Mode for each app, including Keep. The benefits of dark mode include longer battery life, less eye strain, and improved readability.
Not all apps have a dark mode yet. But the Google App ecosystem has recently started to add dark mode in preparation for Android 10. While this is ideal for us dark-mode lovers, there is a lack of consistency as to where the dark mode can be activated. The dark mode in Google Keep gives you an insight into the dark mode of all Google apps.
First, you must make sure that you use the latest version of Google Keep for Android. Currently the dark mode is not available for the iOS version of Keep, but we will update this guide when and when it comes. If you need to update Google Keep on your Android device, go to the following link on your phone and touch Refresh.
Now open Google Keep. Press the Hamburger button in the upper left corner, scroll down and select "Settings". Touch "Turn on dark design" in the settings screen. This turns on dark mode in Google Keep.
After turning on dark mode in Google Keep, your app will look like this. You can see that instead of the white background, a dark background now appears with white text. The status bar at the top of the screen is dark gray, the notes on the main screen are dark (unless you change their color manually). The detailed notes screen goes dark and the settings are now dark.