One of the major change in the Android Q is the inclusion of a system-wide Dark Mode. Speculations about a full-fledged Dark Mode has been there from the times of Android Marshmallow, and now finally Google will be rolling out the support for Dark Mode with Android Q.
To have a system-wide Dark Mode support, Google Stock apps would have to support it as well. Google has been testing and rolling out Dark Mode support for its various Google apps for a while now. Google apps like Google News, Messenger, and Calculator, have a fully functioning Dark Mode support now, and it looks like more Google apps are joining the league.
Google Keep is the latest app to get Dark Mode support. The app has received a full-fledged Dark Mode with the widget sporting the Dark Mode look as well. Google Keep users will get a toggle to enable/disable the Dark Mode. The new Dark mode has varying shades of grey and is following Google’s Material design guidelines.
Google is currently testing this new interface, and it is only available for a limited number of users. We have added the downloading link for the latest version of Google Keep APK down below. The Dark Mode support will be enabled by a server-side toggle from Google region wise.
The APK file comes from APK Mirror and is completely safe to install. If you are installing an APK file for the first time on your smartphone, you’ll have to enable installation from Unknown sources by heading to Settings > Security.