Google was tested Dark mode for desktop search. Now the user wait finally seems to be over. The search giant has started to introduce Dark Mode for searching on the desktop. The dark mode is easy on the eyes of the user.
Support is slowly rolling out for both Windows 10 and macOS platforms, and we could spot it with version 90.0.4430.212 (Official Build) (x86_64) of the latter chrome Browser is running.
It appears to be a staggered rollout, so chances are, not all Google Chrome Users may still see dark mode.
The first time a user sees Dark Mode, a box on the search page displays “Dark Topic is Now Available”.
As you can see above, in dark mode, the Google logo is displayed in white instead of multicolored, while the microphone icon remains unchanged.
Switching from one topic to another is fairly easy as there is a shortcut displayed on the left side of the screen next to the sign-in option.
Dark mode is one of the most requested features by Android and iOS users for various apps, and Google immediately rolled out support for the mode for most of its apps.
In February, Google announced that the Google Maps app was getting dark mode for Android. Night mode is designed to “give your eyes a much-needed break” and help extend battery life, according to the company.