Battery Saver now forcefully switches to Night Mode in latest Android update
Despite the efforts of Google and other developers to implement dark UI modes within apps, Android’s built-in Night Mode controls only the notification drop-down and a handful of pre-installed apps such as Contacts. When it comes to apps such as Twitter or YouTube, though, each user’s preferences will remain untouched.
In the hope of improving battery life further, Google will presumably work towards controlling other areas of the UI with its built-in Night Mode option. As this move could prove controversial among users, though, the Silicon Valley-based company may eventually give users the option of turning it off, even if battery saver is enabled.