How to Turn Off Google Assistant on Android Devices and Chromebooks

On your smartphone, the dark mode, sometimes referred to as the night mode, is a display setting that gives it a dark colour scheme. Instead of the standard dark-colored content displayed on a light background, it displays text and other content in a light colour on a dark background. The purpose of the dark mode is to lessen blue light exposure to the eyes in order to prevent health issues like eyestrain and headaches that are brought on by spending too much time in front of a screen. The Android version of Snapchat does not yet support dark mode, despite the ease with which it can be enabled on the iOS platform. There is a solution for it as well, so there is no need to worry about that. Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to activate Snapchat’s dark mode on both Android and iPhone.

Disable Google Assistant on Android and Chrome OS

Summary of Contents

Android Devices

Step 1: Launch the Snapchat app on your iPhone. Tap the Bitmoji (My Profile) symbol in the upper left corner and the Settings icon in the top right.

  • To turn off Google Assistant on Android, open the Google app on your phone and tap on the More button on the bottom right. From the next page, jump into the Settings menu.
  • Next, tap on Google Assistant. Then scroll down a little and select General.
  • On the next page, you can deactivate the Assistant. To do that, turn off the toggle next to Google Assistant and confirm your selection by tapping on Turn off when asked.


Step 2: Select App Appearance from the My Account area.

  • On your Chromebook, click on the time at the bottom-right corner and click on the Settings icon.
  • On the left, go to Search and Assistant. Then tap on Google Assistant.
  • Finally, toggle off Google Assistant to disable it on your Chromebook.

Easily Turn Off Google Assistant on Android Devices and Chromebooks

Step 3: Three options will be presented to you. Simply choose the Always Dark option to activate the dark mode.