Both iOS and Android started supporting dark mode at the system level last year and Google has rolled out dark modes for Gmail, Google Calendar, Google FIt as well as on its mobile app version over the past few months. Today, we found out that Google Chrome may finally be getting a dark mode soon.
According to the source, the dark mode on Chrome OS is spotted in its experimental Canary channel which is only accessible for Chromebooks that switched into a special developer mode. So if you want to try on the dark mode, you will need to install the Canary channel on your Chromebook but Google warns that Canary can be unstable.
Google Chrome Dark Mode on Canary channel
The dark mode on Google Chrome is still on developer mode so it’s unstable with some bugs. The dark mode tested by Android Central seems to apply to the whole UI interface but not just a dark background. Google has not confirmed the official roll out dates for the dark mode for all users yet by now.
Either way, the dark mode on Google Chrome is still not officially introduced by Google but will you be excited to get it? Let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned for more updates on TechNave.com