Google Translator, Google’s biggest app, is also on track to release its dark mode for both platforms.
Google Translator version 6.5 comes with a dark mode, which will be available on both Android 10 and iOS 13 devices from Apple.
A few months ago, Google started bringing dark-mode to all of its stock apps like Gmail. The feature has now made its way into the Google translate app.
According to 9to5Google, the dark gray background is not like other dark themes for Google, and the color of the text is not as impressive when especially in comparison to other apps.
If you’re on an iPhone, though, the latest version of Google Translate that appears in the App Store should add support for dark-mode.
It even actually looks a bit better at the moment than Android users are having.
The application also lets you perform an instant camera translation in images for text, draw characters instead of typing for a translation type.
The app also has voice translation and even a handy phrase-book which allows you to highlight specific words and phrases in the future.
To Switch To Dark Mode:
Go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Appearance on your IOS device, and switch to Dark Mode. This activates Dark-Mode on whatever apps are optimized to support it.
The app is available to download via the Play Store, although this may be a server-side switch and download via Apple store for iOS users.