Google is testing a native dark mode for its desktop search engine. Even though we are already using the dark mode on our smartphones, it’s not on the desktop version yet.
Google is the most used search engine worldwide and now it is currently testing to include a native dark mode, and presumably, you will be able to turn it on or off with just a small switch.
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The white background will be changed to a dark gray tone. On the other hand, the Google logo will be white instead of being multicolored but the microphone icon will be retained. In this case, the icons representing the different filters such as images, news, and so on, will be changed to blue.
The black text will be gray, while a different shade of blue will be used for page names and links. In the test, there is no way to disable the dark mode, but it is expected that in the stable version users will be able to deactivate or activate it through some kind of switch.
It is not very common to be able to find web pages that offer a dark mode on the desktop, although this also depends a lot on the different themes that sites are using.
Google is taking a step in this regard and the dark mode is getting popular every day. Soon, you will be able to use dark mode in Google search engine.