Android Q will highlight a framework wide dark mode. So Google’s designers are hectically getting ready dark adaptations of all its local applications including Chrome.
Dark (or Night Mode, as Google is calling it) is now available as an option in Chrome Canary – an early release version of the browser that lets users try new features while they’re still in development.
Night Mode is presently accessible as a choice in Chrome Canary an early launch version of the program that gives clients a chance to attempt new feature while they’re still being developed.
On the off chance that you don’t see the change subsequent to restarting the program, tap the settings menu, search for the dim mode choice and switch it on.
Dim mode for Chrome is still being developed, and not all components are appropriately enhanced yet. For instance, there’s some dark content on dull foundations, which is dubious to peruse.
This is as yet an early form however, and we’re not hoping to see Android Q showing up on handsets until August 2019, so Google has a lot of time to make it look perfectly.
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