You will no longer need to deal with indiscriminately white Word documents that do not match the rest of your apps. Microsoft is finally bringing its Microsoft Office Dark Mode to Android phones.
“You asked, we heard!”, Announced Saurab Nagpal of Microsoft, the company Tech community Page 20 May.
“Dark mode is now running in the Office app for Android phones. It has been a highly requested feature by many of our customers, and we are proud to begin releasing it today. Many people prefer to use dark mode as they feel that it provides a more comfortable visual experience for reading and working on mobile devices.
The feature has been available on the iOS version for quite some time, but Android users have been waiting for the feature since the all-in-one Office app launched last February.
To access Dark Mode on your Android smartphone, you must ensure that you are updated to the latest version. Dark mode will be rolling out to users around the world in the next few weeks, so you may have to wait a bit to see the feature on your phone.
Once you have this feature, you can let it automatically switch with your phone’s system-wide dark mode, or by going to the ‘Home’ tab, tapping on your profile icon, then ‘Settings’ You can turn on the feature directly in the Microsoft Office app by tapping on. And choosing between ‘Light’, ‘Dark’ and ‘System Defaults’ under Theme Options.
Microsoft launched the all-in-one Microsoft Office app in early 2020 to keep its Word, Excel and PowerPoint software under one roof.
Adding dark mode means you can choose a theme that matches your device settings to reduce pressure on your eyes, make your documents more readable at night and limit battery consumption while working Do it
For more information about Dark Mode, you can visit our guide to Android Apps with Dark Mode, as well as all popular apps with Dark Mode on Android and iOS.