Dark mode in the past few days has been getting a lot of popularity and love. Users are actively using the dark mode present in some areas of Android Pie and newer builds of Android. So, here is a useful feature Google chrome dark mode android for you all if you are loving the latest trend of dark mode in Google applications. 

We are going to let you know how you can enable dark mode in Chrome Android. This applies both to the theme of the menus & address bar as well as the web content of Google Chrome. So, all your web browsing will have a dark background. This will not only be gentle to your eyes but will also save a lot of juice on your Android device, especially on phones with AMOLED display. 

Here are a few quick steps for how you can enable dark mode in Chrome Android:

Before starting, update your Google Chrome for Android browser to the latest version through the Google play store. 

In order to make sure that this trick works on your device, you should update your Google Chrome application to the latest version. Also, this might not work on devices running Android 8 or lower. So, newer versions of Android only have chances of taking advantage of this trick.

1. Now firstly open Google Chrome browser and enter chrome://flags/  in the URL bar. This will open an advanced type of menu which includes a ton of options. You should not mess up with just any options listed here.

2. Now here search for Android Chrome UI dark mode. This option would be disabled by default and this is what you have to enable. 

After enabling this option, you will see a relaunch Google Chrome option on the bottom of your screen. Now hit the relaunch button and after relaunching Google Chrome, you should see chrome dark theme on the address bar and menu options. 

3. Now head to chrome://flags/ again and search for Force Dark Mode for Web Contents. Now again enable this and click on the relaunch button on the bottom. This will now totally change your web browser background to a chrome dark mode theme for web content. 

You would simply love using your chrome browser if you are a dark mode lover. 

Please note that this is a trick and an experimental feature to make an early feature work on most of the devices that support it. So, this might still have some glitches or clashes with a few websites. Google says it can also compromise some security or privacy of users since it is an experimental feature. You should only use this feature if you are a dark mode lover and would love to use an experimental feature like me. In case of any problem, consider reverting all changes that you made looking in this guide.

Google may soon release this feature option right in their settings menu of Google chrome Android. So, you would be able to enable/disable dark mode in Google Chrome Android from the settings itself. Until the official release, you can enjoy using Chrome dark mode Android with this guide.

Please leave us comments on how was your experience using this feature. Your feedback would help us create more helpful content. Keep reading our future articles for more such amazing tricks and tips.

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