The Google search results page that fits Chrome Dark Mode can now follow the dark display

To better fit the dark mode in Chrome’s browser, Google is developing dark mode for Google search results, and the code has been added to Chromium’s source code library, according tomedia 9to5 Google.

The Google search results page that fits Chrome Dark Mode can now follow the dark display

The code can be enabled by Flag, titled “#enable-android-dark-srp”, simply described as: “Show dark SRP for Android Chrome.” If enabled, if Chrome is also in night mode, users will see a darkened search results page.

The Google search results page that fits Chrome Dark Mode can now follow the dark display

According to the description, when enabled, the flag brings dark mode to Google search results only when Chrome is in night mode. At present, the feature seems to be in a very early stage of development, which means that we may have to wait a while before it becomes available to the public. The new features are likely to be available to Chrome Canary users first.