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Samsung Members app to get Night mode support next year

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Last updated: November 6th, 2019 at 08:42 UTC+01:00

The Samsung Members app will get a dark theme that works with the Night mode on Galaxy devices (Dark mode on Android 10) next year. The Samsung Members app comes preloaded on all Galaxy smartphones and tablets and lets device owners interact with others via the community forums, get help from Samsung’s customer care, troubleshoot issues on their device, and even join beta programs for new versions of Android.

The app has seen a few user interface upgrades in the last couple of years but has been missing a dark theme, which will change next year according to a post from the global community manager on the Samsung community forums in Korea. It’s worth noting that Samsung Members isn’t the only official Samsung app that lacks a dark theme. The Galaxy Store doesn’t have a dark interface, either, and we can only assume Samsung will be fixing that in the next few months.

After all, even the Google Play Store and other Google apps now have a dark UI thanks to Android 10’s dark mode, and Samsung will probably want to do the same for some of its important apps, like the Galaxy Store. It’s actually surprising the company hasn’t already done that, considering Galaxy devices have an official system-wide dark theme since Android Pie came out, but hey, better late than never, right?

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