Go to your chrome and type 'Chrome://flags' on the URL bar. Once the menu opens up, search for 'Dark Mode' and then select the option to enable dark mode. This option will apply dark mode to your Chrome browser homepage, as well as all the websites you visit.
You can enable the Dark mode on Chrome available on your iPhone by turning on the system-wide Dark Mode that is available starting from iOS 13. Here's how. Select the Dark option from Settings > Display & Brightness. Open Chrome to look at the Dark mode.
Apps that currently support dark mode for Android, iOS, or both include Feedly, Reddit, Pocket Casts, the Amazon Kindle app, Evernote, Firefox, Opera, Outlook, Slack, Pinterest, Wikipedia, Pocket, Instapaper, and just about every app developed by Apple or Google.
Search for “Dark Mode” in the search box at the top of the Experiments page that appears. Click the box to the right of “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” and select “Enabled” for the default setting. Click “Relaunch” to relaunch Chrome. Chrome will close and relaunch all your open web pages.
Turn on dark mode
Tap the hamburger menu in the top-right (Android) or bottom-right (iOS) corner, scroll down and select Settings & Privacy > Dark Mode. You can then turn it on or off, or make the app dependent on your phone's system-wide theme.
How to turn on Dark Mode. Go to Settings, then tap Display & Brightness. Select Dark to turn on Dark Mode.
No, Amazon does not have a built-in dark mode for the Amazon website and the Amazon App. However, dark mode is available across most platforms including Windows 10, Mac, Android, and iOS if you choose dark mode as the default theme.
Dark theme is available in Android 10 (API level 29) and higher. It has many benefits: Can reduce power usage by a significant amount (depending on the device's screen technology). Improves visibility for users with low vision and those who are sensitive to bright light.
On iOS and AN
On iOS and AN Go to your Settings app. Go to Display and brightness. Select 'Dark' and go back to the Wattpad app.
Click your profile icon, located in the top-right corner of the screen, and then choose Appearance: Device theme. 3. Select Dark theme. You can also choose Use device theme to have the app match your device's system settings.
On the mobile app, open Apps Settings” from your profile picture. On Android, tap on your profile picture, then on Settings, and then General. There, choose Appearance and tap the checkbox next to Dark theme. On iOS, open Settings, then go to General and flip the Dark theme toggle switch.