To better fit the Dark Mode in Chrome, Google is developing dark mode for Google search results, and the code has been added to Chromium’s source code, according tomedia 9to5 Google. And today Google has finally launched a test of the dark mode of mobile web pages, and interested users can try it.
Since the beginning of this month, Google has made some preparations for Chrome on Android. Depending on whether the user enables Flag and whether chrome’s dark mode is used, you can change it as a URL address suffix. Specifically, the suffix of “cs-1” was added after Google searched for the URL address, but as of early last week, the change had not taken effect.
Google Search Dark Mode
Dark Mode for Google Search Apps
Over the weekend, however, Google Search made some adjustments to the server side. The adjusted Chrome search results page on Android appears in a darker color scheme, and the color matching is not the same as the Google app on Android. The blue shadow part of Chrome, for example, is deeper than the Google Search app.
If you want to try the dark mode of Google Search on your Android phone, Google says there are two ways. The first requires you to download Chrome Canary or Chrome Dev from the Play Store and enable “#enable-android-dark-search” on the Chrome/flags page, which will be enabled by chrome itself in dark mode.
The other doesn’t need to use a specific browser, you don’t need to change your settings, you just need to enter the url at the end of the Google search. For example: https://www.google.com/search?q-Google%20-Stadia-cs.1.
That being said, in our tests, even if the URL was changed, dark mode would only appear when you browsed Google Search from the Chrome for Android browser. Other Android browsers, such as Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Kiwi Browser, as well as the iOS version of Chrome, show the usual light-color mode.