Google’s new two-variable authentication prompt now has darkish method on Android

Google is rolling out a new update for its two-component authentication prompt on Android, which provides help for dim method (together with a new Product Style-style glimpse), by way of 9to5Google.

Is this objectively a small cosmetic update in the great plan of points? Yes. Is it good to not be blasted with retina-searing white light when your two-factor authentication prompt will come up while you are trying to log into a thing in pitch-black darkness? Also certainly.

The outdated (remaining) and new (ideal) two-issue authentication prompts on Android
Graphic: 9to5Google

In addition to the less blinding hue, the new update also attributes a pair of other insignificant cosmetic changes, which include Google’s custom made Google Sans font for the UI, and colorful red and environmentally friendly icons on the log-in buttons.

The new update seems to be rolling out slowly for Android house owners — 9to5Google stories that its obtainable on personal Google accounts, but not for people with Google Workspace accounts.