Dark Mode is the new thing in the world of User Experience. At least, it makes the UI usable in the dark environment and poses less pressure on your eyes. This is completely fine on Windows, macOS, and Android ( consider it just as an OS, for now, don’t go with the platform), but Chrome OS didn’t have that. But not now, as Google has started making the Dark Mode available, not publicly though. It’s just hidden from plain sight.
Even if you don’t know, let me tell you one little secret. Chrome OS runs every app as a web app.
Never mind the top line anyways. Coming back to the topic, Google has been working on it since days already. Since this feature is in early development stage, I would warn you that there might be some nasty bugs lying around, for example, unreadable fonts in dark mode.
To get into the dark mode, all you have to do is, open Chrome, and type in the following in the address bar.
Turn on both the flags, and you are done. But do note, that only some apps are somewhat using the Dark Mode completely.
Source: Android Central
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