Google Chrome Dark Mode
Google Chrome has been testing with a full-fledged dark mode for Chrome for quite a period, but the newest builds of Chrome Canary is showing a feature that, at least on the surface, appears to be ready for prime time.
Currently this feature is available on Canary from google. You can download it from here.
Note that this feature is currently still in progress stage, and as such, it’s working to be a while before we get any news regarding an extended version of dark mode for Google Chrome.
Over the past couple months, though, we’ve been tracking a dark mode in Google Chrome on both macOS and Windows 10.
Though the feature is already directing to MacOS Mojave in a future update, it has now been confirmed that Google will be adding care for a primary dark mode in Chrome on Windows 10 as well.
Presently as Mozilla has arranged with its Firefox browser, Chrome’s dark mode assistance will consider your theme settings within Windows 10, automatically changing as you change from dark to light and vice versa
Google Chrome Will Get Dark Mode By Magic Actions
Dark Night Mode is an opensource Google chrome extension which automagically sums dark mode or night mode to all the websites you visit.
Currently, this extension runs solely on the desktop version of Google Chrome, so we do not know about the mobile version of this website.
In past Google Chrome doesn’t hold a built-in dark theme like Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge produce, but you can receive a dark Chrome browser in a few clicks.
But now we know that the firm is working on Google Chrome’s Dark Mode for both Mac also Windows platforms.
Because it’s uniquely available in Canary’s nightly developer builds at the time, it’s clear that that feature is still in early stages.
The dark mode has slowly been making its way to various Google services and will be a big highlight of the upcoming Android Q release.
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