Google Chrome for Android Receives Dark Mode

Finally, Google Chrome has received a dark mode. The tech giant was testing dark mode for a while, and now it is available on the latest stable version of Google Chrome for Android. Furthermore, it is also testing a new Reader Mode in Chrome, it will be only available for Chrome Canary for desktop users.

Back in February, the dark mode feature was spotted in testing and it has reportedly now finally trickled to the stable version as well.

Google Chrome for Android Gets Support for Dark Mode

Nowadays, The dark mode theme is getting so popular and demanded feature for Android users. That is the reason that so many apps are now introducing the dark theme for their users. Android Q is also working on a system-wide dark theme that would definitely work great.

Moreover, Google Chrome 74 beta version now also gets the support of dark mode for Windows. The browser is not going to automatically load its darker-colored theme. If users want to switch on “Dark” then they have to visit the platform’s settings. The Chrome will transform into charcoal when you on the dark mode and a Google logo devoid of its usual bright hues.

The benefit of the dark theme is that it can save battery life and don’t put stress on your eyes, that’s why people are now more comfortable with dark themes on the Android.