On a desktop or mobile device, Google Search Dark Mode allows you to darken the appearance of your searches.
Even if you can’t get away from your numerous devices, sometimes you just need to give your eyes a break.
Many devices and services feature a dark mode that turns your background black and inverts or otherwise changes the colour scheme of the text to reduce overall brightness, and you may now be able to access a dark mode specific to Google searches to help with this problem.
The Google search dark mode is a display setting that lets you apply the new look to the Google homepage and search results while using the desktop or mobile version of the site. It is presently in beta testing.
NB: Google search beta dark mode is available directly through the Google search bar, rather than through the Chrome browser and app’s dark mode, which matches your device’s dark mode settings. This means you could use it on Safari, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge browsers.
How to Turn on Dark Mode on Google for Pc or Mobile Device
If your device supports Google’s dark mode, a notification stating “Dark Theme is Now Available” will display above the search box on Google’s homepage; on a mobile browser, a Dark Theme is Available notification will appear beneath the search field on a search results page. To enable the feature, select “Turn on.”
Your search results page will change to a dark theme after you enable it, as shown here on an iPhone’s Safari browser.
If the notification has expired, you may be able to reactivate the feature through the Google search settings on your desktop or mobile browser.
1. Go to Google.com.
2. Select Settings from the bottom-right corner of your desktop screen or the bottom of your mobile screen.
3. Select search settings
4. Select Appearance and click on the option for Dark Theme.
5. Click on Save.
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