Google Chrome now in dark mode for mobile devices
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Chrome OS now will be available in dark mode for mobile devices, this was reported by the Android Central site.
For the moment, Chromebook users can enable dark mode but need to have Canary channel installed. The website ensures that once this is done, you will only have to go to Chrome and write the following link: // flags / # enable-force-dark and chrome: // flags / # enable-webui-dark-mode in the address bar.
The Android Central site reports that at the moment the interface has some errors, but points out that it could have been applied to the entire user interface.
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So far the company has released versions of the dark mode for Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Fit and for the mobile application in recent months. Both iOS and Android systems began to support dark mode.
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