How To Enable Dark Mode On Google Chrome For Android – Faqontech

How to Enable Dark Mode on Google Chrome for Android

by Ayorinde Ayodeji

Seriously, I am surprised can’t confirm if all tech giants are competing for the best dark mode because this year 2019 has been about dark mode version.

Chrome has been experimenting with dark modes for a while and began rolling them out piecemeal a year ago. But there’s still no unified control to turn on dark mode across all your devices. Instead, you’ll have to use a different method for each operating system.

Chrome’s dark mode is activated in a different way for each operating system.

Choosing dark mode also means you’re exposed to less blue light, which may affect your ability to sleep.

In bright environments, light mode could be easier on your eyes and make you more productive. If you do like dark mode, use it! Even in a light environment, if you prefer that look and don’t have trouble reading your screen, go ahead and use dark mode.

If you are using the latest version of Chrome on your Android device (version 74 or higher), you can enable Dark mode.

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How To Enable dark mode for Chrome on Android

1. Dark mode is still an experimental feature in Chrome for Android, so bear in mind that some design elements might look a little strange. To activate it, enter chrome://flags in the browser’s address bar. 

How to Enable Dark Mode on Google Chrome for Android 2

2. Tap the ‘Search flags’ box and enter the work dark. You’ll find two options here: ‘Android web contents dark mode’ and ‘Android Chrome UI dark mode’. If you activate the first option, Chrome will detect if a site’s developers have created a dark version and select it automatically. If there’s no dark version available, the browser will invert the site’s colors. Activating the second option means that the browser interface itself will turn dark.

3. Tap the drop-down menu under each of these options and change the setting to ‘Activated’, then restart Chrome.

4. Now open the settings menu, tap ‘Themes’ and select ‘Dark’. If you can’t see the Themes option, restart Chrome again and it should appear.

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Now you can enjoy dark mode on your android…

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