Dark Mode has been one of the biggest design trends in the UI of apps and
devices. But when it comes to users, the trend has transitioned to a level where
other people will call you out for using the default or light mode when the
arguably better dark mode is available on apps or devices.
Well, it seems people soon could call you out for using light mode while sharing
your ?Google Search Suggestions? memes. According to a report by9to5Google
seems to be working on bringing Dark Mode to the Google Search results page and
potentially, its other web pages on Chrome for Android.
There is a dark mode available for Google Chrome on Android. It can be enabled
by going to Menu > Settings > Themes and users will be able to toggle between
Light/Dark theme options available. But toggling to Dark Mode here will only
change the Chrome UI and New Tab page to the dark theme and the websites would
retain their default/light mode appearance.
Even, Google and Google Search results page do not change to the dark theme. But
now, it seems Google is working on changing that.
9to5Googlehas found a code change on the Chromium Gerrit, ?Show the dark SRP for
Chrome Android? that was described as ?If enabled, users will see a darkened
search results page if Chrome is in night mode as well.? This suggests that
Google is working on a new flag for chrome://flags to enable dark mode.
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