Like other sites, you can enable dark mode on Google Search to turn your entire search experience dark. We’ll show you how to activate this mode on Google Search on both desktop and mobile.
Note: At the time of writing in October 2021, you can use dark mode in all major web browsers on your desktop. On an iPhone, iPad, and Android phone, dark mode only works in Chrome and Safari. This might change as Google rolls out the mode to more devices, though.
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On your Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, you can use any modern web browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Edge to use Google Search’s dark mode.
To enable the mode, first, launch a web browser on your computer. In the browser, access the Google site.
At the bottom-right corner of the Google site, click “Settings.”
From the menu that opens, select “Search Settings.”
Note: You can directly click “Dark Theme: Off” in the “Settings” menu to activate the mode, but Google might remove this option in the future.
On the “Search Settings” page that opens, in the left sidebar, click “Appearance.”
You’re now on the “Appearance” page. Here, in the “Turn Dark Theme On or Off” section, enable the “Dark Theme” option. Then, at the bottom of this section, click “Save.”
Tip: If you ever want to disable dark mode, select the “Light Theme” option.
You’ll see a prompt in your web browser. Click “OK” in this prompt.
And that’s it. Google Search’s dark mode is now activated, and you will notice the Google homepage and the search result pages are all dark now.
To enable Google Search’s dark mode on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, first, launch either Chrome or Safari on your phone. Then access the Google site.
On the Google site, in the top-left corner, tap the three horizontal lines.
In the menu that opens, tap “Settings.”
You’ll land on a “Search Settings” page. Here, in the “Appearance” section, enable the “Dark Theme” option.
Scroll down the “Search Settings” page to the bottom. There, tap “Save.”
You’ll see a prompt in your web browser. Tap “OK” in this prompt.
And you’re now back to Google’s homepage with dark mode activated.
Enjoy using your favorite search engine on a dark interface!
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