Battery life differences between dark and light app designs.
Google seems to have finally realized the obvious - Dark Mode can help with increased battery life.
Lately Google have introduced a night mode to their phones to ease strain on the eyes at late hours of the day but it also can decrease power usage by up to 63%. In addition to that, some devices like OnePlus phones offer Dark Theme, which automatically uses black-dominating screens for home, settings and such.
Google today relaunched its Files Go file management app for Android as Files by Google. Especially with devices that sport an OLED display, the dark theme has been known to reduce stress on the battery life. It's something that Google confirmed at its Android Dev Summit this week, where the company put together a presentation showing the power draw of different modes and colors.
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Google went on to acknowledge the prevalence of white in its apps and the way it pushes devs to use it, but there could be a method to its madness. Guess which one was better on battery life? This trick doesn't apply to LCD screens, as used in some budget designs (including most low-priced Android phones and the iPhone XR).
Perhaps we'll see more apps getting the dark mode option in the near future.
It turns out it's something as easy as switching to dark mode whenever possible. On Google Maps, even at full brightness, using night mode can save about 30 percent of the battery.
Google already published the Android Security Year in Review detailing the open source platform's trends, new features and enhancements. That's because individual pixels don't have to work as hard on dark areas of the phone screen.
The tech giant showed an image of a YouTube video paused on a device running YouTube in its default view and juxtaposed it with the same scenario, but with Youtube running in dark mode.