Here’s how you can enable dark mode for Google Chrome

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Dark mode has become one of the most sought after feature in the recent times and for a good reason. In addition to reducing exposure to blue light that affects your ability to sleep, it also reduces battery consumption in smartphones.

As Android and iOS have system-wide dark mode available, most applications too introduced a dark mode. Google Chrome also offers a dark mode for its applications. However, it is not easy to enable it. Today we will see how to enable dark mode for Google Chrome on Android, iOS and Windows 10.

How to enable dark mode for Google Chrome on Android

To enable dark mode for Google Chrome on your Android smartphone, follow the steps:

  • As dark mode is an experimental feature on Google Chrome, you will have to enable it from Chrome Flags.
  • First, enter chrome://flags in Chrome’s address bar.
  • Now, click on the ‘Search Flags’ box and search the word ‘Dark’. You will find two options – ‘Force dark mode for web contents’ and ‘Android Chrome UI dark mode’.
  • If you enable dark mode for web contents, Chrome will enable dark mode for the site’s which have a dark mode version. If there’s no dark version, Chrome will invert the site’s colours.
  • If you enable the Chrome UI dark mode, the browser’s interface will be available in dark mode.
How to enable dark mode for Google Chrome on iOS

While Google has not introduced a dark mode for iOS devices, you can enable the invert colors feature to get a similar effect.

  • To begin, open ‘Settings’ and select ‘General’.
  • Then, go to ‘Accessibility’ and go to ‘Display accommodations’.
  • Now, enable the ‘Classic invert’ option to invert the colours.
How to enable dark mode for Chrome on Windows 10

While Google Chrome has always offered themes for its browser, you can also enable dark mode using the system settings.

  • Click on the Windows button at the bottom left corner.
  • Click on the ‘Settings’ icon.
  • Now, click on ‘Personalization’ and select ‘Colors’.
  • Now, click on ‘Choose your color’ and select ‘Dark’.
  • Now, all apps that have a native dark mode will change to dark mode, including Google Chrome.
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