Microsoft Office for Android, at last, gets a dark mode
Microsoft is at last adding a dark mode to its Office app for Android. While the Office app has been accessible on iOS and Android for over a year, just the iOS version has included built-in dark mode support until now.
“It’s been a highly requested feature by many of our customers,” admits Sourab Nagpal, a product manager at Microsoft. “Many people prefer using Dark Mode as they find it provides a more comfortable visual experience for reading and working on mobile devices.”
The most recent Office application for Android will currently automatically enable dark mode on the off chance that you’ve set that as a system preference on your Android gadget. Dark mode can likewise be toggled from the home tab in the Office application. Microsoft says it’s carrying out dark mode for Office on Android throughout the next few weeks, so it probably won’t show up for all clients instantly.
Microsoft’s Office application for Android consolidates Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into a single application. It likewise incorporates speedy activities like scanning PDFs, compress PDF or in any event, capturing whiteboards, text, and tables into digital versions. You can download Microsoft’s Office application for Android from the Google Play Store.