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Google tests Dark Mode support for browser search results

Users of Google search may soon see it in a new light, with the search giant finally testing out adding a dark mode to its search results, one that could possibly match the rest of a Mac or iPhone’s interface.Dark Mode has been a staple of iPhones and Macs since its introduction in macOS Mojave and iOS 13, with developers quick to add support for the darker user interface to their apps. While there are still some apps that have yet to enable such support, it seems Google’s search results in a browser may cross over in the future.Google’s search result pages are white by default, though they can be changed via a wide range of browser extensions to enable Dark Mode compatibility. According to 9to5Google, the company is now performing A/B testing of a dark interface for desktop-based browser searches. Read more…
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