Many Google apps are getting dark. Google Drive has been on Android 10 for a few months, but so far it has not been accessible to all Android users. With the latest update, there is a manual dark mode switch that you can turn on regardless of your operating system version.
The dark mode slowly blesses us among many apps, and much of it is fueled by the fact that Android 10 has a universal dark mode switch. Since most users do not work with Android 10, apps also add an option in their preferences to enable the dark theme. This reduces eye strain, prolongs battery life and even makes it easier to view text.
Turning on Drive Dark Mode
Google Drive's dark mode is currently unavailable to iPhone users. However, if you're using Android, open the Google Drive app and tap the Hamburger button in the upper-left corner of the screen. Select "Settings" and then tap the "Theme" button. A pop-up prompts you to select a topic.
To darken Google Drive at any time, select the "Dark" option. There is also an option for "Set to Battery Saver Mode" (or "System Default" if you are using Android 1
Once the dark mode is enabled, the Google Drive app has a dark background and bright text. The color scheme is a little different. When Dark Mode is on, you can now take advantage of longer battery life and less eye strain!