Microsoft Office for Android Finally Gets Dark Mode

Microsoft is last but not least adding a darkish method to its Place of work

Microsoft is last but not least adding a darkish method to its Place of work app for Android. Though the Place of work app has been available on iOS and Android for far more than a calendar year, only the iOS variation has included crafted-in darkish method assistance right up until now.

According to The Verge, Sourab Nagpal, a item manager at Microsoft admitted that “It has been a really requested function by many of our buyers. Lots of persons like using Dim Method as they find it presents a far more comfy visible knowledge for reading through and doing the job on cellular units.”

The newest Place of work app for Android will now routinely help the darkish method if you have set that as a procedure choice on your Android product.

Dim method can also be toggled from the property tab in the Place of work app. As for each The Verge, Microsoft has claimed that it is rolling out darkish method for Place of work on Android above the coming months, so it may possibly not show up for all people quickly.

Microsoft’s Place of work app for Android combines Term, Excel, and PowerPoint into a solitary software. It also includes quick steps like scanning PDFs, or even capturing whiteboards, text, and tables into digital versions. Microsoft’s Office app for Android can be downloaded from the Google Enjoy keep.

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