The global dark mode is a feature that most Android users want. However, only a few have access to this feature especially those on Google’s latest Android 10 system. While this feature is available on Android 10, not all apps are compatible with the dark mode feature. This means that you could have the system-wide dark mode but some apps may still not support it. According to Meizu engineers, since native Android has a dark mode feature, Flyme OS also tends to update its native solution.
Flyme OS dark mode solution will work for third-party apps
If the dark mode of a smartphone has no effect on an app, the simple explanation is that the application is not compatible with dark mode. However, Meizu is trying to change this. According to a Meizu Technology employee, Meizu Flyme night mode will offer more. In the upgrade, if an app supports dark mode, the apps or system-wide solution will be automatically preferred. However, when the app does not support dark mode and the system-wide solution has no effect, it will suggest to the user to activate Flyme’s solution. This will then force dark mode compatibility on the interface.
Well, this is easier said than done. An app display interface can be really stubborn. It is not entirely easy to force a dark mode feature on an app whose internal structure does not support it. You may have sections of the app not displaying properly or important information finding their way out. Nevertheless, we will have to wait for Meizu’s solution before we conclude on the company’s ability.
Recall that Meizu launched the Flyme night mode two years ago. The new night mode, which is deeper and more comfortable in colour, was previously suitable for its own and third-party applications. This time it is more suitable for weather and wallpapers. The wallpaper will support static wallpaper colour darkening. In addition, smart wallpapers and custom wallpapers will also support night mode one-key darkening.