Some days ago, we talked about how you can enable dark mode on Google Chrome for Windows 10 and since that time, the Android community has cried out for dark themes in applications and the system throughout, as it is very useful, many users simply prefer the look of a dark interface.
Since the dark mode feature first appeared on the YouTube app, it has now become a thing for almost all Android applications to have the feature. We have shown you how you can enable dark mode on Facebook messenger using an emoji, today, we are going to learn how to enable dark mode on Google Chrome for Android.
How to enable dark mode on Google Chrome for Android
- Update your Chrome to latest version 74+
- Launch the app and paste chrome://flags in the address bar of Chrome
- Tap the “Enable” box for Android Chrome UI dark mode. Also, enable Android web contents dark mode.
- Relaunch Chrome.
- Again, copy and paste this into your address bar, chrome://flags/#enable-android-web-contents-dark-mode.
- Under “Android web contents dark mode”, tap on the drop down list and select “Enable“, then Relaunch. After that, select Default and Relaunch again.
- Then go to Settings on your Chrome browser > Dark mode and turn Dark mode on.
If the “Dark Mode” option isn’t showing up within Chrome’s settings, force close the app and check the settings again until “Dark Mode” appears. In our testing, we found that the option finally kicked in after force closing Chrome three or four times.