After Chrome, Docs or even YouTube, Google is testing dark mode on its Google Search search engine in the desktop version on Windows 10 and macOS.
It is one of the last strongholds that still resisted the dark side of the Force. After the Android and iOS version, Google’s search engine will soon go dark on the desktop.
According to Windows Latest, Google has reportedly started testing a Dark Mode for Google Search. So far, only a small sample of users have been invited to try the feature. These are Internet users running Chrome 76+ on Windows 10 and macOS. They are then invited to install dark mode. XDA Developers noted that a notification also appeared on Microsoft Edge to install the dark theme on Google Search.
All services go to black screen
When activated, dark mode gives a dark tint, visibly turning gray, to Google’s search engine. Three variations are then offered: light, dark or by default (linked to the operating system of the device). Everything then becomes more pleasant for the eyes, especially when reading at night.
With Search, Google continues the generalization of Dark Mode to all its services and applications. Google Docs, Google Chrome, Google Translate or even YouTube can now go black just like the Google application.