New Dark Mode Google search will match the system theme

While not commonly implemented yet, Google works extensively on implementing Google Search on a fully dark mode on the desktop. Through another A/B test, we find that Google Search Dark Mode will match the computer theme on your display screen.

 

By opening an incognito mode in Google Chrome, you may be invited to the new search message. A box will display "Dark theme is now available" and will call for users to easily and efficiently turn the mode on with a shortcut. Especially familiar occurs the icon used. It was used on a previously dark rollout mode, we're pretty sure.

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New Dark Mode Google search will match the system theme

New Dark Mode Google search will match the system theme

Google would then give users the ability to check for the dark mode to match a device theme on the desktop, which is not very common with Google's many dark modes. While some Google services get a dark online mode, majority of them should be manually enabled. It seems that only on the basis of this A/B test will Google Search match your theme of the device as a whole. The "My Activity" tab of Google is another impressive example of this function inside the smartphone app.


This feature works well with macOS and Windows 10 users who support system-wide Google Chrome, Edge, Safari, and other browsers.

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In this case, we are made no style changes to the basic dark mode look of Google Search this time around. Google often uses white elements in contrast with background as well as a slight blur for multiple icons and links in place of real black with such a dark grey background. The dark mode did not perform, as previously suggested, on all pages and won't close the reopening of the incognito mode.


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