Google Chrome Version 73 Adds Support to Dark Mode for macOS

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It has been rumored that Google will be adding a dark mode to its Chrome browser earlier this year, which is an ongoing trend for most applications’ user interfaces. Now, with the release of Chrome version 73, dark mode is officially supported on macOS and later on Windows.

In Chrome 73, the browser will be automatically changes its default theme, depending on the operating systems’ color options. If you have enable dark mode on your computer, Chrome will now switch to a dark mode as well. The new dark theme is almost identical to the existing Incognito Mode, except for the extra Incognito icon. The address bar, tabs and menus are also applied with the darker color.

At the moment, the dark mode feature is only rolling out to macOS users, but it is expected to come very soon on Windows. In addition, Chrome 73 supports hardware media keys and Auto Picture-in-Picture on compatible services/apps. The update for desktop is available for download worldwide now.

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