Google search now has a dark mode.


The dark mode is becoming more prevalent in today’s most popular software and services. Now it’s the turn of none other than Google Search, the Internet’s most popular search engine. In the web version. Yes, it has had a dark mode for a long time as a mobile application, adaptable, and configured in the system.

It is unclear when the dark mode will be available on the Google search engine. Still, it will be sooner rather than later: It has been tested in a limited capacity for a long time. Users have already been able to activate it manually through the service preferences. This is the case of Matt Navarra, whose latest tweets are now being echoed by specialized media such as XDA.

As you can see, the dark mode of Google Search has nothing special aside from what has taken time to be shown to the public. It follows what is marked on YouTube or other Mountain View sites, and while it is not a trifle – as all the fever for the dark mode that there has been for a couple of years to this part – it is one more piece with which to complete the puzzle.

A puzzle, the dark mode, which, as previously stated, extends across a plethora of applications and services, and the Google search engine, by far the most popular in the world, had to end up adopting it yes or no.
According to Google experts, it is now only a matter of spreading it to all service users, which will take place over the next few weeks.

As previously stated, users have been able to activate it manually through Google Search preferences. Still, it is expected that Google will facilitate the work with a more accessible button to quickly start and deactivate it, similar to how YouTube does. They will embroider it if they also integrate it with the theme of the browser and the operating system so that the change is automatic.

However, if you are a fan of dark mode, you are already aware that even if you use your system and desktop applications and many websites, not all are compatible with the trend. But you can force it if you want to: on the one hand, with Chrome’s universal dark mode (applicable to all Chromium derivatives: Edge, Brave, Opera, Vivaldi, and so on); on the other, with the Dark Reader web browser extension. That is not the case with possibilities.

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