Google Chrome app now also has ‘Dark Mode’

Google Chrome app now also has ‘Dark Mode’

Google users (user) Google has brought a feature called Dark Mode. This feature is available to users who download the latest stable update in the Android Chrome app. Along with this, Google is also testing new reader modes in your browser. This Reader mode is currently available on Chrome canaries for desktop users.

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Google users (user) Google has brought a feature called Dark Mode. This feature is available to users who download the latest stable update in the Android Chrome app. Along with this, Google is also testing new reader modes in your browser. This Reader mode is currently available on Chrome canaries for desktop users.

The feature of this feature is that all the content that is not required in Reader mode goes away, and only the article text and the photo appear on the page. Along with this, Google is working on updating the browser framework to prevent ‘Man in the Middle’ (phishing attack) from phishing attacks. Google’s user is also getting the help of Dark Mode on Chrome’s Android app. This mode is available in the Chrome v74 for Android release. However, only v74 appears to be available in PlayStore in India.

Both the Android 8.1 and 9.0 are seeing an error message when the latest update is downloaded after download the APK file. It is possible that the user is now required to enable the Android Night Mode flag to enable the Google Dark Mode toggle. However, it does not matter if you try to get the latest update to the APK file on your device. The first Dark Mode feature was first seen in February. At that time the trial of that feature was in progress. At that time testing was being done for both Mac and Android. This feature is also available for Mac a month ago.

Google has just got password checkup chrome extension. It is now possible to feature ‘looklike URLs’ in the browser soon. Search engine Google is also working on the new Never Slow Mode. This makes Chrome user experience a better and faster browsing experience. Because this feature prevents resource loading and runtime processing, the webpage will be able to load faster. To prevent phishing attacks, Google is also working to stop logging in the embedded browser manager for the framework.

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