Google’s product support manager, Hung F announced yesterday that the company is going to be introducing a dark mode feature for Google Search pages on desktop. According to Engadget, the change was noticed in December, but the feature is now officially available for all users.
The feature can be enabled by goimg to Settings and then to Search Settings. In Search Settings click on Appearance, you will be able to see two options for Device default, from which you can choose Dark or Light and Save it.
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The feature was made available to Google Search applications on iOS and Android, in May last year. It’s only recently that the dark theme became available to desktop pages.
Google acknowledged in the announcement that the feature was highly requested by users and it is “thrilled” and thankful to user feedback, to announce the long-awaited feature.
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