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Google finally start deploying dark mode UIs to it favourite apps to save battery

Google has started deploying dark mode UIs to all it favourite app in order to save users battery. All we've seen in the past is white UIs which seen to be fading out. It has been discovered that white UIs always get phone power drained and exhausted.
This features has started showing in YouTube which we've brought to you in the past and some other apps like Android Messages and Google News, so it is so cool seeing this rolling out to all Google apps.

Google said the previous white design seems to be like a mistake but currently correcting that by deploying the new dark theme. This was made known in an Android Dev Summit saying that dark modes on OLED screen can help save battery life. 

Showing below the graph and start of the mA current used by a Google Pixel which 63 percent lower when showing a Google Maps screenshot at max brightness in night mode when compared to a screenshot at max brightness in normal mode.
In addition showing another graph drives the point home even further. When Google set a 2016 Pixel phone at max brightness, the mA current draw for a black screen at max brightness is in the 60s or 70s, while the mA current draw for a white screen at max brightness is above 300.
Finally, Google showed the slide you see below, humorously asking, "Guess which color we've been pushing you to use...".
Kudos to Google considering ways to prevent users battery being exhausted, at least this wil be a saver to all users using Google apps.

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