The invasion of the dark mode continues, Google Fit is one of the last applications to get his today. Through an update of version 2.16.22, the application has received coveted battery and AMOLED friendly theme.

The new look is applied exhaustively throughout the interface. The three tabs, different tracking and statistics screens, settings and even the home screen widget and the help page have been darkened. The color palette is dark gray, so those who prefer a perfect black design will have to deal with this situation.

One of our informants tells us that there is a manual setting for the theme of the application, which allows you to choose the white, the dark or to switch automatically with the l & # 39; battery saver. I do not see this on my Pixel 2 XL with Android Q beta 4, so it may be a server side change. However, when I set my phone to use the system-wide dark mode, Fit does the same.

The Google Fit 2.16.22 update is being rolled out on the Play Store, but if you still do not have it or if you prefer to download it manually, we have the file for you on APK Mirror. And if you've been affected by the tracking, sync, and / or login issues that have recently affected Fit, you may want to get this new version to see if it fixes them.

Google Fit: monitoring health and activities
Google Fit: monitoring health and activities
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