Edition of Mobile browser Google Chrome Has received a new update that takes it to version 74.0.3729.112 and brings the long awaited feature to a dark state. As the site indicates GSMArena, However, you must use the browser flags to enable the feature at this time.
After a long wait, you can now use dark mode in the browser without the need for an extension
To do this, just type "chrome: // flags / # enable-android-night-mode" (without quotes) on your browser's taskbar and click the dark Android Chrome UI & # 39; Then click "On" and restart your browser. When you do this, Dark Mode appears in the main settings menu. Run it and your browser will have a dark mode enabled.
Keep in mind that Google Chrome flags include experimental features that are still in the testing phase. Some of them can even compromise the personal data stored in the browser or the security and privacy of users. Almost dark browser interface will result in such a risk, but it can solve bugs and unexpected errors – or simply does not work in certain areas of the browser.
Still after publication
The new version of Chrome for Android still comes with a new shortcut to the menu. By clicking 3 points in the corner of your browser and selecting "Translate …," the option to translate the content of the page from your current language into the user's preferred language will appear. Provided that Google's software can recognize the original language of the content, of course.
Via: Android Police, GSMArena Source: Chrome Press Releases