To-Do-app

Microsoft To-Do is a feature-rich task manager for Windows 10, Android, iOS and web. These features include the smart suggestion that lets you complete the most important tasks, jobs or housework and it also syncs the items between your devices.

After it was released for Windows 10 last month, the new dark theme option for Microsoft To Do is now rolling out to Android devices. The latest update for Microsoft To-Do (beta) on Android bumps it to version 1.37.7599 and you can download it from the Google Play Store.

According to the changelog, Microsoft To-Do comes with a new experimental feature that enables dark mode across the platform. The other changes include bug fixes and minor improvements.

You can find the full changelog below:

  • Experimental Dark Mode
  • Select theme color while creating or editing a list
  • Recurrence behavior
  • Crash on tablets after completing a task or changing a task title

"It is still experimental and some UI glitches are expected (and will be fixed during the next days/weeks), so go to Settings to enable it and tell us what you think about it," Microsoft explains.

It's worth noting that the update is only available for testers and you'll need to join the beta program to enable dark theme within the app. As always, you can download the To-Do app from the Google Play Store.

Unfortunately, some testers are still, including ones at BleepingComputer, are reporting that they are not seeing the Dark Theme as available when they try the latest To-Do Beta. So it may be rolling out slowly to beta testers.

Testers not seeing dark theme

 

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