Google's mobile search now has a dark mode

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The same happens with the Light Mode, with the function that follows the general configuration of the system. The dark mode support will be available on Android 10 and iPhone on iOS 12 or iOS 13.

According to Google, the feature is starting to roll out today, but it will not be available globally until later this week. But finally, Google has upgraded it with the dark mode feature. So if your iOS or Android device is set on dark mode, that is how the app will appear by default.

The feature has been in the beta app for some time, so should be pretty flawless now.

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I find it kind of hard to believe, but up until now, the native Google app didn't have a dark mode. Users can go to the app's Settings and manually toggle Dark Mode on or off or set it to match the system-level Light/Dark Mode setting.

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As the dark mode for Google's search app is nearly here, what other apps would you like to see using the feature in the future? The feature has been part of the beta version for a few months. The rollout will begin today and reach everyone by the end of the week. However, the feature is only available for the mobile devices. The tech giant rolled out the Dark theme mode for Google Play Store in March this year.

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