After months of testing, Google is finally making its dark mode available on Google Search desktop.
Dark mode is now available to Google Search on desktop. According to a recent announcement, the feature started rolling out last week, and will be fully available globally in the next few weeks.
We reported that Google was already testing the feature late last year, but earlier this summer, Android Police also reported that some users were being able to test access dark mode on desktop. After last week’s announcement, the option is officially starting to become available to all, globally.
To see if it’s already available for you, visit your Search page settings, next to your profile picture, then select Appearance on the left side. The setting provides a “Device default” option, which should follow the brightness theme of the desktop on your own operating system. Alternatively, select Dark or Light mode manually. To apply the new setting, click “Save.”
So far, there are no news about the option becoming available on the mobile web version. To get a way to use Search in Dark mode on mobile, you could always view the page in desktop mode from your mobile device. If the mode is already available in your region, you’ll be able to configure it.
To enable mobile dark search manually, you can also use a Chrome flag.
Dark mode remains, of course, available on the Google Search app for iOS and Android.
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