This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 1.0:
DarQ provides a per-app selectable force dark option for Android Q.
It uses an accessibility service and root to allow you to pick just the apps you want to use the force dark theme on. Force dark is a hidden option, provided by the Android system, which intelligently inverts light backgrounds to dark, and dark text and icons to light. It allows a majority of third party apps, such as Snapchat, Instagram and LinkedIn, as well as first-party Google apps which do not have a dark theme (such as the Play Store) to have a dark mode.
DarQ also provides an option to apply the system dark theme (as well as selectable force dark) only after sunset and before sunrise, protecting your eyes when it’s most needed.
Please read the Frequently Asked Questions sections in the app or here: for more information and some answers to questions
Source available on GitHub: github.com/KieronQuinn/DarQ
– DarQ now works without root! Use the ADB script from the XDA thread or GitHub repository to run the required background service to use DarQ without needing to root your device.
– Fixed root detection
– Added OxygenOS support
– Added a search box to the app list
– Added a filter for system apps (hidden by default) in the app list