No, the dark mode craze is not over yet. In fact, by now it’s more than clear that has come to stay. And now that more and more devices have screens capable of taking advantage of it, the truth is that it is a success. However, there is one area where it is taking longer than anticipated to implement: the web.
Applying dark mode on all web pages is really tricky. Since there is no uniformity regarding layouts, applying it indiscriminately could make certain sites difficult to navigate. A) Yes, it is up to each web developer to implement it correctly, and make it so that it is easy for users to activate it, if it does not happen by default.
One of the latest big players to join this trend also on its website has been Google. Recently, the company has started to display a dark mode in its web browser. This was already available both in the mobile versions and in Google apps, but from now on it will also be available to desktop page users.
This change applies, of course, to search results as well, and not just to the home page. To activate it, it is necessary that the device from which we access it has it active. For example, from an iPad just activate the dark mode of the operating system itself so that the Google page is displayed with this range of colors. At least, if it is available to us.
And it is that, as with so many other novelties, it seems that this has not yet been deployed in a general way. According to what Google has indicated to The Verge, is part of the tests carried out by the company to improve the user experience. Thus, it is possible that, even if you have your device with the dark mode active, when entering Google you will still have to go through the same bright white screen.
Source: iPadizate by www.ipadizate.es.
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