Dark mode for Google Chrome is finally out on Mac


Google Chrome 73 (73.0.3683.75) is out now with various new features and improvements, as well as lots of security and bug fixes to make your Chrome browsing experience more enjoyable, safe, and secure at all times. If they do so often for the same web page, Chrome will eventually disable Data Saver for that page automatically.

Of course, there are already a number of dark themes which you can download through the Chrome store, but the latest update means you won't need to shop around for a theme you like - you can just use the official one.

Chrome 73 - the latest build of Google's browser for desktop and mobile - has been released for Android, Linux, macOS, and Windows. Because, essentially, Incognito and normal windows now look the same. If you don't enable the system-wide dark mode in macOS Mojave, you won't be able to enjoy the dark mode in Google Chrome as well. Additionally, features like cross-platform tab sharing are now under testing.

Click on About Google Chrome.

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Chrome 73 also consolidates all options related to Google's sync feature under the new "Sync and Google services" section that was added to the settings menu with Chrome 72 (these changes are still being rolled out following the update, so may not be immediately present for all users).

If you're a Windows user, Google says that there is an update in the works.

Google Chrome 73 also brings improvements for Web Apps to allow them to notify users of various things by displaying badges on their icons, such as for unread items, better spell checking support, as well as new data collection settings to make it easier for users to control what data websites collect from them.

The Android and Chrome OS versions of Chrome 73 are also expected to launch soon, though you can check out the new features early by downloading the Chrome beta.