Dark Mode is a norm for every web service or app on desktop and mobile these days, Operating Systems such as Windows 10, Mac Android 10 and iOS made the feature available as a built-in option to users. While Whatapp is officially rolling out the feature to its Android App, ProtonMail has made dark mode available for its end-to-end encrypted email service 4.0 beta as well as ProtonCalendar and is available for testing, do note you should have Paid ProtonMail account to use the ProtonCalendar, which is also in beta.
If you’ve privacy concerns or worried about Google reading your emails in Gmail to show advertisements, you should give ProtonMail email a try. The service provider based in Switzerland offers both free and paid accounts and the accounts are encrypted so that you only can see your messages, not anyone else even ProtonMail.
The wait is over — ProtonMail is easier on the eyes with Dark Mode on! Start testing on https://t.co/uMuczzA3pq.
Activate it in Settings > Appearance > Themes > Dark Mode.
— ProtonMail (@ProtonMail) March 4, 2020
To see the ProtonMail webmail with Dark mode in action
Enable Dark Mode for ProtonMail
1. Visit beta.protonmail.com
2. Sign in to your Proton account with username and password
3. Click on Settings, scroll down to Appearance > Layouts > Themes
4. Select Dark mode. In addition to default and dark modes, ProtonMail offers custom mode as well.
To test other features ProtonMail is building for its users, you can log into the ProtonMail beta website with your Proton credentials.