The theme will get enabled automatically based on your system-level theme, while toggles will live in both apps if you'd like to independently change its color scheme.
The Google app is updating to offer a dark mode. By default, the app will follow the system-wide setting of your phone.
Over time, I could see most of Google's own apps taking this approach on Chromebooks.
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But now the option is rolling out to iOS and Android users, giving you the option of enjoying darker tones that are easier on the eyes and batteries. It looks exactly the same as Chrome or Gmail does in dark mode and that's fine. This is the reason that most of the app has added the mode for its users.
Dark mode will launch on Tuesday, and Google says it will be available to everyone throughout the week. As per Google, the feature is rolling out today, however globally it will be available by the end of the week. Once users update the app, they will receive a small notification at the bottom saying is that the feature is now accessible.
Keep in mind Google has been rolling out dark modes across all its apps within the previous year, including Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Fit. Rollout for said feature has began Stateside, and is expected to filter to more devices and regions in the coming weeks.