You can rejoice using dark mode on Google Sheets if you’re a dark theme lover. Nowadays, maximum people prefer dark mode/theme on their device for low battery consumption and bright light uncomfortableness in the devices. The dark mode helps users to maintain the color contrast of light emitted by the device during accessibility. Many Android and iOS devices have been rolled out with this dark feature. You just have to turn on or enable the dark mode on your preferred website, page, and device.
Reasons to Use Dark Mode/Theme
1: There are numerous advantages of using dark mode in your Google or device. It emits less blue light, which causes eye strain, blurry vision, etc.
2: For better battery life, people use a dark background that gives you massive longevity for their battery resulting in fewer charging devices often.
3: It also helps that occur blinding glare from the screen of the devices. In dark environments, the bright light mode depicts uncomfortableness to the people surrounding us. Hence, the dark theme replaces this kind of problem.
Enable Dark Mode on Google Sheets
 Launch the Google Sheets app on your Android smartphone.
 Open the Sidebar on the left side and then navigate to the Settings tab.
 Select Choose Theme option from the Settings menu.
 Choose Dark, Light, or System Default mode for your Google Sheets.
 After clicking on the theme, your Google Sheets will be displayed in dark mode.
Apart from this, you can view a certain document in a light theme whenever it is required. You have to click the three dots icon at the top and choose the View in Light theme option to view the particular sheet in light mode.
Turn on Dark Mode on Smartphone
You can also enable the Dark Theme for the entire smartphone device with the Dark Mode option in the Settings. If your smartphone doesn’t have a dark mode, you will get this feature soon after an update or working with the latest new model or Android devices. You can also use the dark mode feature to access the Google Classroom app in the dark theme.
On Android Smartphone
 Power on the Android Smartphone and swipe down the screen to get the Notification tab.
 Select Settings (Gear icon) at the top of the screen.
 Click the Display option in the Settings.
 Tap the Dark to get the dark theme on the smartphone.
 Unlock your iPhone and go to the home screen.
 Select the Settings app to open.
 Scroll down and click Display & Brightness option.
 Choose Dark and the entire iPhone changes to Dark Theme.
How to Enable Google Sheets Dark Mode on Desktop
Though Google Sheets does not offer dark mode for PC, you can utilize the Google Chrome browser to get the dark mode.
 Launch the Google Chrome browser on your PC and type chrome://flags in your Chrome browser.
 Find and locate the “Force dark mode for web content” option.
 You can also enable this option using the drop-down menu.
Use Dark Mode Third-Party Extension
If the previous methods feel complicated to you, then you can use a third-party browser extension also. You can also use the third-party extension to get dark mode on your Google Sheets and rejoice using dark mode.
 Launch the Google Chrome browser and enter the dark mode extension in the search box. You’ll get some suggested extensions beneath.
 Click on the preferred extension of your wish.
 Open the extension, then hover over the Add to Chrome link button.
 Click on Add to Chrome link and you can access your Google Sheets in the Dark theme.
You can get a dark mode for Google Docs Safari using a third-party browser extension. You have to add it and access it as usual.
You could open the Firefox browser. Navigate to the top right corner and click on the Menu button. Select Settings > Extensions & Themes > Manage Themes > Dark Mode.