The Chrome desktop browser has a recent dark mode on both Mac and Windows, but it is also available on Android. It is not as easy as other platforms, but as it is currently hidden behind a flag. Here's how to activate it.
First things first: Make sure Chrome is updated in the Play Store. The version should be at least 74, which you can check out Settings> About Chrome. If you don't have 74 yet, it doesn't work. It rolls out in steps through the Play Store, but you can also sidelong to the APK if you don't record the expected game.
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When everything is updated, turn up Chrome and type in Omnibox:
chrome: // flags / # enable-android-night-mode
Touch the drop-down menu and set it to "Enabled." Right-click at the bottom to restart your browser.
When Chrome opens again, press the menu button and jump back to Settings. Where should be a new option called "Dark Mode" in the root menu.
If the option does not show up for you, you need to close Chrome and open it again. Just press the recents button and swipe it off and then restart it. The alternative should be there after that.
The menu option Dark Mode is quite simple: just select it. It is.
It is worth noting that this is behind a flag for obvious reasons: it is still kind of … strange. For example, the buttons are just a few shades lighter than the rest of the user interface, which makes it difficult to read.
It also looks like Incognito Mode (which is actually