Microsoft Outlook Dark Mode Leaked in Images


Dark Mode is an essential feature for today’s generation as they spend most of their time on technology gadgets. Many apps have recently been updated with a new Dark Mode. Even Apple has also introduced the new Dark Mode theme on iOS 13 for iOS devices. Now, leaks suggest that Microsoft is updating its Outlook for Android app with the same, Dark Mode feature.

A series of leaked images popped up online showing off the stunning Dark Mode feature on the Microsoft’s upcoming Outlook app. Google is working on the same concept with its upcoming Android Q Operating System. The Android Q update will have a built-in Dark Mode option making it easier for users to turn their devices with a black background.

Windows Central has leaked a set of images of Microsoft’s Outlook app with a dark mode. As you can see in the renders, the new Dark Mode feature looks just awesome in the Calendar section of the app. The Search Menu page also there with the search results. There is a new layout with a dark mode of the Inbox section.

Interestingly, the Dark Mode feature will be available for both, Android and iOS mobile platforms. The leaked images are of Android device and the same dark mode will hit the iOS platform soon.

To enable this Dark Mode option, you will be provided with a Dark Mode switch option. All you have to do is just tap on to the Hamburger button where you will see a new Navigation Drawer option. From here, you can enable or disable the Dark Mode feature. With the help of the Toggle button, you can enable or disable this feature.

Alternatively, you can also enable or disable this dark mode by visiting the Settings menu from your Mobile phone. Just go to the Apps menu and click the Settings option. Select the Themes option where you will see the Dark Mode option.

Sadly, there’s no official word on this new Dark Mode feature by Microsoft. They are yet to confirm this update. We will update you with more official information on this update in the coming days.

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