Earlier there was news Google is developing a dark mode for Windows and Mac versions of its Chrome browser. Now Google will also be developing a Chrome dark mode for the mobile version of its browser as well. The latest Chrome 73 beta for Android includes a dark mode which indicates, the dark mode feature will be made available for the mobile version in the near future.
Recent reports suggest the dark mode in Chrome 73 dark mode for Android is in its early stages of development. The dark mode is activated in the beta version when you long press on a link or an image, it also will need you to enable Android Pie’s native Dark Mode setting toggled to Always On.
The dark mode feature has a few cosmetic issues right now which need to be addressed. Currently, the feature is being developed and tested by the time it reaches us in the form of a stable version, there will be a lot of modifications we may notice. Dark Mode seems to be the most sought feature by many users at present.
Google seems to have understood what people want and now after testing it for both the platforms ie Desktop and mobile, it will soon be rolled out to the masses soon.
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