Google’s Dark Mode For Desktop Web Searches Revealed

Google’s Dark Mode For Desktop Web Searches Revealed

Dark mode, one of the most popular features of recent years, is coming to Google searches. According to the announcement, Google is testing dark mode for the search feature on desktop computers. Night mode feature is considered almost indispensable for computer users, especially in the evening. According to 9to5Google, Google will bring dark mode for search on the desktop website. It is stated in tests that this feature does not affect the home page.

Dark Mode Tests Have Begun

The appearance does not change much in general. When you can access the test mode, you will see that the background is dark gray and the Google logo turns white. Buttons are also turn into blue. It is currently unknown when Google will spread the tests to everyone, or even whether they will spread the tests to everyone. Still, a feature that is so popular and desired by users is expected to arrive in the coming months. Both macOS and Windows 10 have had the dark theme for a while. Chrome already supports dark mode on certain sites.

Google's Dark Mode For Desktop Web Searches Revealed
Google’s Dark Mode For Desktop Web Searches Revealed

The company is currently in the A / B testing phase. The test basically shows different interfaces to users with similar demographics. Although this feature is common on mobile devices in general, it does not appear on the desktop. The search area is indicated by a gray line. Buttons such as the microphone remain blue. Gray text replaces black text. Also, since the feature is in the testing phase, it is not possible for users to disable or activate this mode at the moment.

Google has many pages available for desktop systems. Some of these pages also feature dark mode. These include pages like YouTube, YouTube TV, YouTube Music and Google Keep. According to the screenshots, the feature can be seen not only in Chrome, but also in people using third-party internet browsers such as Firefox. When will Google make this feature available to everyone?