On the off chance that you haven’t looked at it as of now, Microsoft has another across the board Office application for Android (and iOS) that kicks the need of having separate applications to deal with a few file types. After months of user requests, Microsoft is at long last carrying out an eye-soothing dark mode for Android.
You can enable the dark mode by tapping on the profile picture at the top right and jumping into settings. Here, you should see another Display Preferences menu with the alternative to change the theme. You can manually select the default theme or let the app follow the system theme.
Shockingly, the dark mode isn’t yet very as universal as we’d like it to be. Albeit all app elements get the treatment, new documents and spreadsheets miss out on it, making for a beautiful jarring experience. It’d be ideal to see Microsoft address this in future updates.
On the off chance that you want to get a taste of the Office in dark mode, try to update your application from the Play Store or download it from APK Mirror. Since it’s actually carrying out, you may need to wait a bit before your application literally joins the dark side.