With Android 10 "Q" around the corner now would be a good time to get used to the new system-wide dark mode it brings. Dark subjects not only allow for more comfortable viewing at night, but can also consume less battery at the same time. With one touch, you can activate this new dark theme for all compatible apps without having to jump through borders.
Since the situation is very slow in dark mode, many apps already have a manual switch. You can enable them before Android 10 is introduced to the public. It even appears that dark mode is on by default when you install Magisk on newer phones for the first time. If your dark theme is not on by default or you did not know the feature, you should check it now.
Enabling dark mode in Magisk
Open the Magisk Manager app and tap Menu button on the left, then go to "Settings". At the top, tap the first option called "Dark Theme" to turn on the more battery-powered Magisk Manager app with a dark theme. Once activated, it will immediately switch to the dark theme without rebooting.
If you're like me, I do a lot of things related to Magisk, mostly late at night. This definitely made my Magisk experience in the late evening hours much better. So, if you're looking to spend a lot of time searching or installing new modules, the new dark theme should be equally beneficial to your eyes and your battery life. Look in the following galleries!