How to Enable the Dark Mode in Google Chrome for Android

Google is currently working on bringing a dark theme for Chrome browser on Windows 10 and macOS, but at the same time, the company doesn’t want to neglect the Android browser either.

So more recently, the search engine started testing a similar improvement for its mobile browser too, as it wants Android users to be provided with a dark mode for Chrome as well.

The latest Canary version of Google Chrome for Android finally includes this feature, though it’s worth knowing that it’s not enabled by default and it’s only available via a dedicated flag.

Obviously, this won’t be the case of the final version of the dark mode. Google is currently still experimenting with this visual update, so once it reaches its maturity and the feature proves reliable enough, Google can bring it to the final version of Chrome browser and make it easily accessible from the Settings screen.

However, if you can’t wait for Google to do this, you can try it out right now using the instructi… (read more)

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