If you've paid attention to the smartphone industry, you've probably noticed a rise in dark mode lately. As most cell phones now have OLED panels that use less power to display darker colors, users have asked developers to add a dark theme to their apps. Lately, Google has gladly pledged.
Google was very active when it came to dark topics. Now working on a system-wide, dark mode for Android 10, they've actively added the feature to many of their apps, including News and the Phone app. Adding the function GBOARD is an important win for dark topic users. For many of us, the virtual keyboard is almost always open when you're tweeting, posting, sending messages, and e-mail messages. So if you turn them off, you can save a lot of time.
: Download the latest version of Gboard  First go to the Play Store (Android) or App Store (iOS) and download the latest version of Gboard.
After installation, you need to go to the settings menu for GBOARD. Simply select the Gboard app on the home screen on an iPhone. For Android users, open the keyboard and long-press the comma button. Then slide your finger over the displayed setting symbol and release.
Now select "Theme" and select a dark theme from the list. On iOS, there is only one option for dark themes by default. There are several more options for the dark mode for Android. The main difference is the accent colors, but some dark themes are darker than others. In both cases, you have the choice.
On iOS, the theme automatically applies as you select it. However, you can tap the pencil icon to further customize the theme. In this case, you can change the color of the background and buttons of Gboard. Note, however, that both options are set to the darkest by default. The more interesting option in this menu is "Activate Background for Keys". Turning off this option makes your keyboard look flatter and less obtrusive. After making your settings, be sure to tap Done.
If you select a dark theme on Android, you will automatically be asked to further customize it. The main option that you need to search for here is "Key Limits". Turning this option off will cause the light gray shades around the letters on your keyboard to disappear, making them even darker. When you have made your selection, tap "Apply".
If you think that the default dark themes are not dark enough, you can get a completely black keyboard if you create your own custom Gboard theme. First, you need a pure black image, which is stored on your phone, eg. B. this .
Also, return to Gboard's settings and reselect "Themes". Choose the first option this time – the colorful theme with the + button. From there, select the black image from your camera roll, resize it if necessary, and tap Next. After that you can adjust the brightness, but this is not necessary as it is already completely black. To select if you want to display key boundaries, then simply press "Apply" to get a completely black GBOARD theme.