Microsoft Office is finally getting Dark Mode on Android

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  • Microsoft Office is one of the most used business and organizing suites at the moment.
  • The Android version for the Office app has finally received the much-desired Dark Mode feature.
  • Besides esthetics, the feature provides better viewing options and keeps battery consumption low.
  • This article will show you how to activate this option, so you can enjoy it on your mobile device.
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According to Microsoft, one of the most highly requested features by all the Office aficionados out there has finally been released to the public.

You guessed it, we are talking about the dark mode element for the Android version of the app.

Dark Mode is now available for Microsoft Office Android

This theme variation has been on the mind of users for quite some time now, seeing how it creates a less stressful work environment. Long overdue, everyone can now rejoice in the fact that it has become reality.

So we can definitely say that this is a more than welcome addition to the Office suite, as it provides you with better viewing options and, also, keeps battery consumption low.

How do I turn Dark Mode on in the Microsoft Office app?

Activating this new feature on your mobile device is as easy as taping the application, to access it.

Remember that the newest version of the Office app for Android will automatically adjust to Dark Mode if your device already has that preference selected.

Also, you can turn dark mode on or off by simply tapping your profile icon, on the Home tab in the Office app, selecting Settings, and then choosing Light, Dark, or System Default from the Theme options.  

Keep in mind that this new feature will be rolling out to users worldwide over the next couple of weeks. So, if you do not see it in your app yet, it will be a part of the next update your app receives.

Have you tried the new dark mode feature for the Android version of Microsoft Office? Tell us what you thought about it in the comments section below.

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