The latest stable release of Google Chrome mobile app currently has a "dark mode. Users need to enable this feature is not in the Chrome settings, but with the Chrome Flags. Chrome Developer flags similar settings for the app, where users can find additional configuration and testing functions.
To enable the Dark mode, open Chrome and type "chrome: // flags" in the address bar. Then enter the dark word in the search field. There will be two options: "Dark Android Chrome UI mode» «Android Web content dark mode" and the first option is to make the content within each site the darkness, while the second option would be to make a UI Dark Chrome.
Then click on the "Default" drop-down menu and will be with the & # 39; to appear, and users just need to click on the "on" option. Chrome will ask to restore, click Yes, and then close the application.
Then again, open Chrome and head settings in the application by clicking on the three dots in the upper right corner, as soon as you are on the "Settings" tab on the "Dark-Mode" option and switch it.
In accordance with Android news, this version of Dark mode works better than it was in beta and Chrome Canary Chrome. However, there are some problems associated with the content having introverted color and text in the text boxes with the & # 39; is white with a white background. If it bothers you, it might be better to wait until it is in the basic Chrome settings.
You can also include "Dark Mode" when the battery saver is turned on, or if the phone you are using has a dark switching mode, however, it focuses on the user interface application, rather than the content.
Source: Android News