The word on the street is Android users want a dark mode. With the increased use of AMOLED panels on smartphones (including some spacers), there is a great demand for dark themes and their battery-saving benefits. Recently, Nova has only added the feature to Google Discover.
Google Discover (or the Google Feed as it is more known) is a page listing relevant articles and information based on your search history and YouTube title history. Nova Launcher is one of a few launchers with access to this site, as the feature was previously limited to Google's official launchers. While there are other ways to enable dark mode on Google Discover, they required Pixel Launcher. With this method, you can enjoy the customization options for Nova launcher without giving up the black themed Discover page.
Step 1: Download Latest Nova Launcher Beta
The new dark feature is currently only available in the beta version of Nova Launcher . As with all grazing, download it at your own discretion. The Beta software contains more bugs and crashes that you would not experience on the stable version of the app. While I can personally prove that I am using the beta version of Nova Launcher for several years without any alarming problems, your experience may be different.
In addition, the beta version is only available on the Nova Launchers website. Since beta is off the Play Store, you must rely on TelsaCoil when installing APK. So again, be careful .
You also need the pageless app because the version below is not in the Play Store. Then make sure you enable Unknown Sources (for Android phones running Android 7.0 or older) or if you want to allow installing Unknown Apps for your browser (Android 8.0 or later). In addition, just click on the link below from your phone and then open the APK from the notification area and press "Install".
Step 2: Enable dark mode
With Nova Launcher Beta installed, open the startup program and specify its settings by either pressing the start screen and selecting "Settings" or selecting "Nova Settings" from the appbox. Select "Integrations" and select the drop-down menu next to "Theme" (by default it will say "Light"). Select "Dark" from the drop-down menu.
Return to home screen and swipe over to the Google Discover page – if you don't already have it enabled, check out our guide on how to turn it on. Dark mode should now be activated, with the background dark gray and the text switches to white.