Google has finally upgraded its hugely-popular Google Maps tool to support dark mode. Offered that Android 10– which consisted of integrated assistance for dark mode throughout the os in addition to the huge bulk of Google-developed apps– introduced back in August 2019, it’s been a long time coming. Fortunately, the wait is finally over.
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, Google has started to turn the switch on its dark mode option for some users., you'll need to be running Google Maps version 10.51.1 to benefit from the dark mode. Google hasn't set a timescale for when we'll see dark mode roll out to smartphones and tablets worldwide. Those who can not potentially wait to get their hands on dark mode could look at options like Apple Maps and Waze, which is owned by Google.