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Ever got tired of scrolling to the end of the list or to an specific app in the middle of the list to select it to share stuff? It could get tiring if the app you use the most for sharing isn’t either at the top or the very bottom of the list of apps that Android throws up when you tap that very-oft-used share button.

Well, thankfully, we have one Android app to the rescue, Andmade Share.

Sure, the name doesn’t sound cool at all, but its purpose is definite cool and once you start using it, it’s quite indispensable.

Andmade Share simply replaces your Android device’s default sharing method with its own, more productive and quick one. Look at the pic above, once you look to share anything after installing the app, you’ll get a choice between the app and the Android System, to be used to perform the sharing action.

It’s simple to use: install the app, and that’s it about the setup. Try to share something now, and you’ll get the Andmade Share as option, select it, and you’ll get list of apps, with checkbox against each. Select the apps you want to share you stuff with, and you can sort them by using long-tap (touch and hold) and then drag up or down. Real quick, right?

It won’t change anything as regards what you can share and not share, it simply changes the way you share it — making it very productive, quick and lovely to share anything with multiple apps straightaway.

How to Use Andmade Share?

Selecting the Apps..

Just tick the apps you want to share with.

Andmade Share gives you ability to choose as many apps — select the checkbox — as you would like to share the particular text or link or whatever it is that you got upon pressing the share icon inside any app or wherever on your Android device.

Sort apps in the list..

You can also sort out the list of the apps, so that you can bring your whatsapp, hangouts, messaging, facebook, twitter, calendar, tasks, etc. apps to the top of the list. The default Android app would simple list them all alphabetically, which if neither fast nor fun.

If there is any app that supports fast sharing, like Evernote does, then it will top the list of apps available for sharing in Andmade by default. Sure, you can move your fav apps above it.

Hide apps, too..

If you don’t want a particular app to appear in sharing list, you can even hide it. Open the App, tap on Hidden apps, and select the checkbox of the apps you want to hide from the list.

The UI

Looks-wise, it’s simply not any exciting.

Thankfully, though, that app doesn’t look like as shown in its screenshots in the Play Store listing. I think the developer hasn’t taken care yet to upload new screenshots, as that old Froyo-time UI is gone, and new one is quite okay, if not beautiful.

Two choices are available for UI: black and white, both are a bit holo-ish.

Andmade Share PRO ($2.00)

The premium version of the app is even more exciting.

Pro version also has WiFi only share options, and also the ability to let you share the stuff even when Internet isn’t available as it will share it as and when Internet connection becomes available with group/apps selected.

Lastly, premium version allows you to copy the text to clipboard, too.

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How To Share Device Audio On Zoom On Computer, Android And Iphone

Zoom has become a central communication tool in many of our lives and with good reason too. Despite all the memes that state otherwise, it’s the most effective way to coordinate and get work done. This video conferencing app is certainly rich in features that are necessary to communicate not just verbally and face-to-face, but also in terms of sharing ideas, Powerpoints, and of course, audiovisual content.

A great application comes with an equally baffling set of steps to enable certain features, or at least it can feel so for those who aren’t yet well-versed in the ways Zoom. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Let’s understand how to share Audio on Zoom on PC, Android, and iPhone.

Related: How to Mute on Zoom

Device Audio on Zoom

Whether it’s for a presentation, analysis, or a simple reference, circumstances can compel one to share the audio of the device that they are using with the participants on the call. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to share device audio on Zoom, and the app is very accommodating in terms of even how you want to use this feature.

Related: How to enable and use 2FA on Zoom

How to share device audio on Zoom

We will first look at the simplest way that one can share their device audio on Zoom. For all compatible devices, this method works in tandem with the Screen Sharing feature of the app.


Once you tick mark the box, the other participants will be able to hear your device’s audio.

Related: How to change Zoom background on Chromebook

On Android and iPhone

When using the Zoom app on Android, you have the option of muting yourself and sharing only the device audio using this method.

Once you’re in the Zoom meeting, you will see options at the bottom of the screen Join Audio, Start Video, Share, Participants, etc. Tap on the Share option.

Another menu will open to give you options for sources from which to share. Here, you will see Screen as the second-last option. Tap on it and select it.

Once you select Screen to share your phone’s screen, the call will be redirected to display your phone’s home screen. You will now be able to see additional boxes with actions on them. One of them is Share Audio and it will be set on OFF. Tap on it so that you can switch it on.

Your device’s audio will now be audible to others on the Zoom call.

Related: How to Sign in with SSO on Zoom

Can you share device audio after sharing the screen on the Computer?

Yes, you absolutely can. Zoom has provided provisions that enable the user to do so. Let’s take a look at how it’s done.

When you share your screen, Zoom provides a separate control panel to change your settings if you need to at the top-center part of your screen. Run the mouse pointer over the area to reveal the entire control panel.

That’s how you can share device audio even after you’ve already shared the screen on a Computer.

Can you use share device audio when multiple screens are shared at the same time?

Unfortunately, Zoom has explicitly stated that the Share computer audio option is not available when multiple screens are being shared at the same time. We must assume the same when it comes to Android and iPhone as well. So if many devices are casting their screens simultaneously, no device audio will be accepted.

Is there a way to share device audio without sharing the screen?

There are situations, especially where music and sometimes even presentations are involved when the audio takes precedence over the screen. In such cases, you will find the Zoom Desktop application allows users to share just the Audio. When using the Zoom app on a PC, there is a way to share device audio without sharing the screen. To do this, go to the Advanced tab from the Screen Share menu and select the option Music or Computer Sound only. This will ensure that only the audio is being shared.

Unfortunately, this option is not available for Android and iPhone yet. However, stay tuned and we will keep you updated regarding any latest audio-specific developments on the Zoom app.


Quickly Toggle Settings From The Homescreen On Android

The homescreen on an Android device is where you can place shortcuts for various apps, widgets, folders, and everything else that you want to get access to as soon as you unlock your screen. It lets you jump to almost all the functions on your device, including web browsers, calculators, email apps, and so on.

While it has options for almost all the functions on your device, it lacks a few of them dealing with the Settings. You can’t enable or disable WiFi, Bluetooth, or change any other settings without heading to the menu, tapping Settings and then finding the option that you want to activate or deactivate, though it can be done from the notification bar if your device has it.

In order to add the aforementioned functionality to your homescreen, an Android developer has come up with an app called Power Toggles. What this app does is let you put shortcuts for various system settings on your homescreen. That way you don’t need to go through a number of screens before you can turn on Bluetooth or change a setting on your device. It just lets you control all the settings right from your homescreen. Here’s how you can use it:

Adding Quick Settings Toggles

Download the Power Toggles app from the Google Play store on your device. It is a free app.

Launch the app from your app drawer.

Tap on Homescreen as that is where you can control the settings toggles. Since you have not added a Power Toggles widget to your homescreen, the app should say you do not have any active widgets. To add one, follow these steps:

1. Go to the homescreen where you wish to place the settings toggles. Make sure you choose the one that you can easily go to. Choosing the seventh homescreen out of a total of twelve widgets will not make your work any easier. Once there, press the Menu button and select “Add apps and widgets.” It lets you add a new widget to your homescreen.

2. When the menu launches for you to select apps/widgets that you want to add to your homescreen, tap on “Widgets” on the top and you will see all the widgets available on your device. All of these widgets can be added to your homescreen provided there is enough space available.

3. Once in the Widgets panel, find the “Power Toggles” widget. Keep swiping through the screens until you find it. When it is found, drag it over to your homescreen.

4. As soon as you drop the widget onto your homescreen, you should see a configuration panel that looks like the below image. It helps you customize the widget so that it matches with the style of your wallpaper or the style of your device.

5. By default, you are provided with seven settings toggles. In case the one you are looking for is not one of these seven toggles, tap on the button that says “Add Toggle” and you will be taken to the toggles panel for the app.

6. Here is where you will find tons of toggles to add to your homescreen. It includes Hotspot, Bluetooth Tether, USB Tether, Airplane mode, NFC, and many more that you can add to your homescreen for quick enabling/disabling. Tap on any and it will be added to the widget that you have placed on your homescreen.

7. Now when you touch any of the toggles on the Power Toggles widget, the corresponding feature will be enabled or disabled based on its current status (if it’s already enabled, touching the option will disable it).

8. You can now control almost all of the setting options right from the homescreen on your Android device.


Every second of your time is precious, and therefore you shouldn’t miss getting the aforementioned functionality on your device. Power Toggles helps you save time that you would otherwise spend switching between various screens to accomplish a task that can be done with just a single tap.

Happy toggling!

Mahesh Makvana

Mahesh Makvana is a freelance tech writer who’s written thousands of posts about various tech topics on various sites. He specializes in writing about Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android tech posts. He’s been into the field for last eight years and hasn’t spent a single day without tinkering around his devices.

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How To Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts And Check Email In One Place

For many of us, Gmail is the fulcrum point connecting our entire online experience. The universal email provider manages our single sign-on (SSO) access, notifies us of important alerts, syncs with team meeting apps, and can easily connect with work domains. Given such versatility, it’s quite common to have multiple Gmail accounts to manage our daily activities.

It’s important to know that you don’t have to remember the separate passwords for each Gmail account. There are several ways to access multiple Gmail accounts from one place and check all your email simultaneously.

1. Using Gmail Sign-in Add Account

Gmail has a sign-in “add account” feature which lets you add secondary Gmail accounts to your primary Gmail address. This is undoubtedly the fastest, easiest, and most widely used method to keep all your Gmail addresses in one place.

On PC/Laptop

Add Another Gmail Account from Gmail Profile

A Google sign-in page will appear next. Log in with your secondary Gmail accounts and password to proceed.

Accessing Newly Added Secondary Gmail from Primary Email

On Mobile/Tablet

For Android and iOS smartphone and tablet users, the option to add new email addresses in the Gmail app is the same as the desktop. You may also open Gmail in any mobile browser for more private browsing.

Adding New Gmail Account on Android

2. Through Private Browsing/Incognito Mode

Another easy, intuitive method to access multiple Gmail accounts is to go for private or incognito mode browsing. This method is browser-specific, but the core idea is that you can access as many Gmail accounts as you want depending on the number of incognito browser windows open. It’s great for multitaskers!

On Google Chrome

To manage multiple Gmail accounts, Google Chrome users can access the incognito mode from the three-dot menu on the top-right corner.

Multiple Gmails Using Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

On Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox has a similar placement for private browsing. Go to the hamburger menu on the top-right corner and open “new private window” to proceed.

Gmail Private Window in Firefox

3. Using Multiple Browser Profiles

One can create multiple browser profiles to access different Gmail accounts. Again, this method is browser-specific as shown below.

On Microsoft Edge

Adding New Browser Profile in Edge

You can create as many browser profiles as you need in Edge to access multiple Gmail email accounts in one place.

Accessing Gmail from a Different Profile in Edge

On Google Chrome

Adding New Browser Profile in Chrome

You can do a lot of customization of your secondary Google Chrome profile, including theme colors, which will mark different Gmail windows separately.

Customize Chrome Profile

The following screen shows access to multiple Gmail accounts based on different browser profiles.

Accessing Gmail on Separate Chrome Profile

You can also create new email profiles in the Firefox browser, which has far more steps.

4. In Thunderbird Gmail Settings

If you are using Thunderbird as your primary email account, it’s very easy to add multiple Gmail accounts from the Thunderbird Gmail settings. There is an option to set up an account from “Email” as shown here.

Setting Up New Email Account in Thunderbird

After a few steps, you will be greeted by a sign-in page where Gmail account credentials have to be entered. For detailed steps on how to add Gmail to the Thunderbird client, we have an extensive tutorial.

Gmail Credentials Added in Thunderbird

5. With Gmail Outlook Settings

Many Windows users have Outlook as a default email client. It, too, supports adding multiple email accounts including Gmail addresses.

Outlook Account Settings

Go to “Account Settings” from the homepage of the Outlook client. Here you can add a new email address from the prominently visible “New” email category. This will open a new pop-up window where you can enter your Gmail account address.

Adding Gmail in Outlook

Once you enter the Gmail password, you will notice another pop-up window of Gmail sign-in credentials.

Microsoft Apps Permission for Gmail

The Gmail account has been added to Outlook. You can access multiple Gmail accounts in one place right here.

Gmail Added in Outlook

6. On Different Web Browsers

Of course, the last and easiest way to access multiple Gmail accounts is to open it separately on different web browsers. The following screen shows Gmail opened across Edge, Chrome, and Firefox.

Gmail Open in Multiple Browsers: Edge, Chrome, and Firefox

Having multiple Gmail accounts is a professional necessity today. Here we have covered a number of tested methods which allow you to check multiple Gmail accounts in one place. You can also learn to create your own Gmail desktop app for higher productivity and improve your search tips for faster results.

Sayak Boral

Sayak Boral is a technology writer with over eleven years of experience working in different industries including semiconductors, IoT, enterprise IT, telecommunications OSS/BSS, and network security. He has been writing for MakeTechEasier on a wide range of technical topics including Windows, Android, Internet, Hardware Guides, Browsers, Software Tools, and Product Reviews.

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How To Sort Alphabetically In Excel With Multiple Columns

Ever find yourself staring at a heap of info in Excel, scratching your head about how to make it all neat and tidy? You’re in the right place! Today, we’re tackling one of Excel’s superpowers: sorting data alphabetically across multiple columns.

In this article, we’ll get our hands dirty with Excel and teach you how to sort data alphabetically across multiple columns. We’ll break down the basics of how Excel’s sorting function works, and guide you through the process step-by-step, using clear, easy-to-follow instructions.

So, let’s dive in and transform you into an Excel whiz!

Alright, before we dive into the nitty-gritty of multi-column sorting, let’s first take a moment to understand what Excel’s sorting function is all about.

Think of the sorting function as your own personal data organizer. It’s a feature that allows you to arrange your data in a particular order — and that’s super handy when dealing with tons of information. Excel’s sorting function is like having a personal librarian who knows exactly where each book should go.

When it comes to sorting, Excel gives you two options: ascending or descending order.

Ascending order means arranging the data from smallest to largest, or in the case of text, from A to Z.

Descending order means arranging the data from largest to smallest, or from Z to A for text.

But here’s where things get a bit more interesting. Excel doesn’t limit you to sorting just one column. It lets you sort multiple columns, which means you can arrange your data based on more than one criterion.

Imagine you’re dealing with a list of names, with separate columns for first name and last name. Excel allows you to sort the list by last name and then sort those with the same last names by first name. Pretty cool, right?

So, in a nutshell, Excel’s sorting function is a powerful tool that helps you make sense of your data. It organizes your information in a logical, easy-to-read manner, saving you time and effort.

Now that we’ve got the basics down, let’s move on to the fun part — learning how to sort data alphabetically in columns!

Before we jump into the deep end with multi-column sorting, let’s take a quick dip in the shallow end by sorting a single column in ascending order and then descending order.

To sort a single column in ascending order, follow the below steps:

Step 1: Open your Excel worksheet

Kick things off by opening the worksheet that has the raw data you want to sort.

Step 2: Select the data to be sorted

Step 3: Go to the Data tab and find the Sort and Filter group

If you want to sort a single column in descending order, you have to follow the same process. Here are the steps:

Step 1: Open your Excel worksheet

Kick things off by opening the worksheet that has the data you want to sort.

Step 2: Select the data to be sorted

Step 3: Go to the Data tab and find the Sort and Filter group.

And there you have it! You’ve just sorted a single column in ascending and descending order in Excel. Now, let’s take things up a notch and sort multiple columns.

Alright, now that you’ve mastered single-column sorting, it’s time to turn up the heat and tackle multiple columns. Don’t sweat it, though — if you’ve got the single column down, this is just a hop, skip, and jump away.

Step 1: Open your Excel worksheet

Start by opening the worksheet that holds all the data you want to sort.

Step 2: Select your data

Step 4: In the Sort dialog box, choose the first column you want to sort under the Sort by drop-down menu and specify the sorting order

Excel allows you to sort data in more ways than just alphabetically. You can also sort by color, by cell icon, or even by a custom list you’ve created.

For instance, if you have a column that uses cell color to indicate priority levels, you can sort your data based on those colors.

Simply go to the “Sort” dialog box, select the column, and then choose “Sort by Color” from the “Sort On” drop-down.

We’ve covered how to sort by more than one column, but you can also sort by more than one criterion within a single column.

For example, you might want to sort a column of text by cell color first and then alphabetically.

This can be done by adding two sort levels for the same column, each with a different “Sort On” criterion.

The SORT function in Excel can help you sort data based on multiple columns. Here is an example:

=SORT(range, [sort_index1], [sort_order1], [sort_index2], [sort_order2], ...)

In this formula, you have to specify the following:

The data range

Columns to sort by (index)

Sort order (1 for ascending, -1 for descending)

You can add more columns to sort by adding more sort_index and sort_order pairs to the SORT function.

Data with merged cells can be tricky to sort. When you try to sort a range that includes merged cells, Excel will give you an error message.

But don’t panic, there’s a workaround.

You’ll need to unmerge all the cells, sort the data, and then reapply the merging. Just make sure to copy the merged cell’s value to all of the unmerged cells before sorting.

Next, we’ll troubleshoot some common issues you might run into when sorting Excel columns.

Even though Excel is a powerful tool, it’s not without its quirks. You might run into a few bumps along the road while sorting but don’t fret. We’re here to help you troubleshoot some of the most common issues.

Sometimes your data won’t sort correctly because it isn’t stored in the correct format. For instance, if numbers are stored as text, they might not sort numerically.

To apply a common cell format to your data, press Ctrl+1, go to the Number tab, and select the suitable format under “Category.”

If your data isn’t sorting as expected, check for extra spaces at the start or end of your cells. Excel includes these spaces in its sorting, which might throw off your results.

You can remove extra spaces using Excel’s TRIM function by typing “=TRIM(A1)” in a new cell (if A1 is the cell containing the leading space) and then copy the result to the original cell.

Also, make sure that there are no unexpected blank rows or cells in your dataset. Blank cells can affect your sorting process. If you find any blank cells, you can either delete the entire row or fill it with the correct data.

Before sorting your data, it’s a good idea to remove duplicate rows. This ensures that your sorted data is accurate and representative. Follow these steps to remove duplicates:

Excel will remove any duplicate rows and shows a message that how many duplicate rows were removed.

If Excel crashes or hangs during sorting, your worksheet might be too large, or your computer might not have enough resources. Try closing other applications to free up memory.

If your worksheet is large, consider breaking it down into smaller, more manageable chunks.

Remember, sorting can be a complex process, especially with large datasets. If you run into trouble, take a step back and try to troubleshoot one issue at a time. You’ve got this!

Now that you’ve gotten a handle on sorting in Excel, how about we sprinkle in a little extra magic?

To help you become an even more efficient data maestro, we’re going to share some additional tips and tricks that can make your sorting tasks quicker, smoother, and generally more awesome.

Keyboard shortcuts can save you time and enhance your productivity when working with Excel data. Here are a few shortcuts for sorting alphabetically:

Alt + A + S + A: Sort the selected data alphabetically from A to Z.

Alt + A + S + D: Sort the selected data alphabetically from Z to A.

Alt + D + S: Open the Sort dialog box to apply custom sorting.

Remember to select the desired data range or cell in the same row or column before using these keyboard shortcuts. Otherwise, you will get the wrong results.

Excel allows you to save your custom sort settings to reuse them later. Follow these steps to save your sorting options:

Step 1: Select your data range or the cells within the column you want to sort

Step 3: In the “Sort” dialog box, select the column name from the Sort by drop-down. Note that if there are no column headers, Excel is showing column letters.

Now your custom sort settings are saved, and you can see them in the Custom Lists section of the Order drop-down menu in the Sort dialog box for future use.

But remember, this is just the beginning. Excel is an incredibly powerful tool, with countless more features and functionalities waiting to be discovered.

This guide should have armed you with the skills and knowledge to tackle data sorting in Excel like a pro. But don’t stop here. The real magic happens when you take these lessons and apply them to your own work.

To learn more Excel tricks, check out the video below:

How To Apply Dark Theme On Popular Android Apps

Android 10 has introduced a system-wide dark theme that helps users save more battery and use their phones for longer periods on a single charge. The highly-anticipated feature is a life-saver from every conceivable angle, but not all users have been blessed with this feature.

Naturally, every new OS takes time to get around the market, especially to non-flagship devices. So, to bridge the gap and make night mode available to more users, developers have been busy developing the feature individually for their apps. Some of these apps are still in beta, but you can still use them without much hassle.

In this post, we have put together popular stock and third-party Android apps that have already received a dark mode that can be enabled/disabled whenever the user feels like. As you may have noticed, some OEMs are also going dark with their custom skins, among them Samsung and OnePlus.

Android 10 dark mode

Related → All you need to know about Android 10 release date

Android 9 Pie dark mode

You should see the changes in your Quick Settings, volume slider, Google Discover Feed, and other parts of the system UI and select Google apps.

Samsung One UI Night mode

The South Korean OEM brought Dark mode, last year, with the release of Android Pie-based One UI. By toggling it on, you could make the system settings, quick settings, notification menu, and system apps go dark. With Android 10’s native dark mode support, Samsung has managed to extend his repertoire, adding support to volume control, Bixby screen, and other areas. Toggling on Dark mode now also dims your home screen background.

OnePlus OxygenOS Dark theme

Android Apps with Dark Mode

Speaking of compatible apps, here are some of the popular ones that now have dark mode/theme:

Google Wallpapers

The Pixel 4 devices come with the latest version of the Google Wallpapers app, which has a revamped material design and support for Android 10’s dark theme. Google took its sweet time but has made the Dark mode-enabled Wallpaper app available for older Pixel devices.

Download: Wallpapers from Google Play

Google Play Store

The mothership is going dark — Google Play Store is finally getting support for Dark theme. It’s seemingly a server-side update, so, you’ll just have to wait patiently if your Google Play Store hasn’t gone dark, yet. However, considering how prompt Google has been with dark theme rollouts, it should be available sooner than later.

Google App

One of the most used apps on your device is finally going fully black. Yes, as confirmed by multiple Reddit users, the American tech giant has granted Google app the option of switching to dark mode. As it’s a server-side update, you won’t need to update the app manually from the Google Play Store.

It’s to be noted that some users got a taste of the dark theme a few months back, but the company was hesitant to launch a wider rollout until now. It still might not be available for your device, but rest assured that Google would make it available in the coming days.

Google Assistant

Over the last couple of months, Google has rolled out the dark mode to a bunch of its apps. Many users were disappointed not to be able to embrace the darkness in the Assistant app, urging Google to make the feature available as soon as possible.

Finally, Google has listened to their prayers and has started rolling out the dark mode to the Google Assistant.

The update, as expected, is incremental in nature, so it might be a while before your device gets it.

Download: Google Assistant from Google Play


— Gmail (@gmail) September 24, 2023

The most popular email app on Android is finally getting the highly-anticipated dark mode. After the launch of Android 10, users around the globe slammed Google’s decision of not dressing some of its most popular apps in black. The company, instead of sitting around and making excuses, actively tried to make a change and has now started rolling out the dark mode for Gmail.

Upon updating to the said software version, users will find a Theme option inside the General settings menu. After tapping on it, they can choose from Light, Dark, or System default. Gmail’s dark theme is available for iOS users as well.

Download: Gmail from Google Play

Google Chrome

Download: Google Chrome from Google Play

Google Fi

Keeping in line with the dark theme rollouts, the Google Fi app is now getting dressed in black. After a couple of rounds of testing, Google has confirmed that the app fully supports Android 10’s system-wide dark theme.


YouTube is another popular app with millions of users across the globe. With such popularity, YouTube was always going to be among the first to get the dark theme feature.

Download: YouTube from Google Play


Sitting up there as one of the best keyboard apps there is, the Google Gboard now has themes to make it even better. This feature means that you can also use Gboard in dark mode, just like other Google apps.

Download: Gboard from Google Play

Google Phone

The Google Phone app now has support for the Dark theme. When enabled, all parts of the Phone app will go dark, be it the contacts, call history, menus and even the dialer.

Apparently, Google Phone not only reacts to changes you make to the Google Contacts app, but also those made to the system settings.

Download: Google Phone from Google Play

The Google Contacts got an update that added the dark theme feature in the settings menu. This feature is independent of the system settings, meaning you don’t need a specific OS in order to enable it.

Download: Google Contacts from Google Play.


Download: Messages from Google Play

Google Maps

For some reason, Google Maps has night mode only on the navigation page alone, meaning you still got to deal with a white theme in other areas.

Download: Google Maps from Google Play

Google Photos

Google Photos is one of the most popular apps in the business, but Google still hasn’t managed to figure out a way to implement Dark mode in the app. Technically, Photos, too, has a Dark mode, but there’s no dedicated switch to turn it on or off as you please. As per our findings, the toggle is set to System default, which means that the app will switch to dark only when the system theme is set to dark. So, as of now, Dark mode for Photos is restricted to Android 10 only.

Download: Google Photos from Google Play

Google Keep

Google Keep gained support for dark mode in May 2023. The feature doesn’t spring to life alongside the system-wide dark theme — you don’t need Android 10 to use Dark mode. Instead, you can toggle on/off the dark theme independently via the settings of the app.

Download: Google Keep from Google Play

Google Calendar

As for those using Android 10, a tweak to the system-wide dark mode will affect the settings of the Calendar app, so beware.

Download: Google Calendar from Google Play

Google Clock

Download: Google Clock from Google Play

Google Drive

Like Photos, Google Photos’ dark theme is dependent on the system theme. So, unless you’re running Android 10 and have set Dark mode as default, you can’t make Google Drive go dark.

Download: Google Drive from Google Play

Google Calculator

Google has also updated its Calculator app to support the dark theme. The app has a toggle for enabling and disabling the dark mode from within without relying on the system tweaks.

Download: Google Calculator from Google Play

Google News

Google News also hopped onto the dark ship. The feature can be enabled in the settings of the app, which means you don’t need Android 10 to enable it. Since it’s a platform for content consumption, the dark mode on News can be further customized to remain always turned on or turn on automatically at night.

Download: Google News from Google Play

Google Play Games

Google has not completely forgotten about the Google Play Games app. Similar to other Google apps, this one also supports dark mode that is triggered manually using a setting.

Download: Google Play Games from Google Play


Download: Snapseed from Google Play

Google Authenticator

Those who use 2-factor authentication should be familiar with this one. And yes, the Google Authenticator app has a dark mode that can be enabled via the toggle in the overflow menu.

Download: Google Authenticator from Google Play

Nova Launcher

Nova Launcher is a popular launcher it was never going to lag behind. The app got the feature via an update and even better, it offers several dark modes. There’s more about the Nova Launcher dark mode here, including how to enable it.

Download: Nova Launcher from Google Play


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Facebook Messenger

To enable dark mode, launch the Facebook Messenger app and tap on your chat head icon in the top-left corner. You should see an option to toggle on dark mode on the new page.



Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft has finally started rolling out dark mode inside its OneNote app. The feature can be enabled by tapping on the 3-dot icon at the top right, tapping Settings and then selecting the Theme section. From there, you can select Dark from the options and when the app prompts you to close and reopen the app.

When the app is launched again, the dark mode will get enabled with pitch black background and grey and white texts. Dark mode can also be set to follow the system theme and will switch on when your turn on Dark theme for the entire device.


For the Pocket users in the house, there’s a dark mode for you too. It can be enabled by tapping on your profile and then the 3-dot menu in the top right corner to reveal the Settings. In there, tap on Change Theme and pick the dark mode.




Popular SMS replacement app for Android, Textra, goes a step further by offering a customizable dark mode. To enable it, open the app and hit the options button in the top right corner to enter the settings menu. In there, tap on Customize look and switch to a dark mode. You may also switch to Night or Pitch Black modes, as you wish.

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Skype entered the dark mode party a little late, but better late than never. To enable it, launch the app and tap your profile photo, settings, and go to Appearance. In there, you can pick the dark mode you crave for and even make some tweaks to the chat bubble color.

Samsung Internet Browser

The millions of Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets sold globally come preinstalled with Samsung Internet Browser, which makes the web browser a close competitor to Chrome. And to close up the gap, Samsung took the early initiative of adding dark mode to the browser ahead of Google.

To enable it, tap the hamburger menu in the bottom right corner and then Dark mode. This not only changes the UI but also the web content.

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Simple Gallery Pro

This is easily one of the best Gallery apps that you must try. And it does support Dark Mode too. Not only that, the latest update also lets you set the color of your choice to the navigation bar so that you can set it to a dark color to go with your dark theme.

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