In recent months, Google Pay has undergone an extraordinary transformation, both in terms of appearance and function. Google merged the international Pay application with its Indian counterpart (formerly called Tez) following the rewriting of the latter’s Flutter and even got a new logo quite recently. But unlike most other Google services, the new GPay has so far not lacked a proper dark mode, but is finally heading for the beta version of the app.

Google Pay India showed signs of a dark future, with a splash-screen adjusted in September, but the main interface of the application has kept its bright white appearance. With the latest beta, GPay has taken on a more complete implementation of the dark mode that works everywhere.

The application settings, however, do not have a switch to trigger manual mode; the device theme setting will follow automatically. Google may introduce a manual option at some point in the future, as many other applications have, but it stays in automatic mode right now.

The new dark theme is released with version 119.1.4 GPay beta, although it is not yet widely available for those enrolled in the beta program through the Play Store. Instead, you can download the app from the Mirror APK to get the new theme earlier.

Google Pay: A secure and useful way to manage your money
Google Pay: A secure and useful way to manage your money