Chrome for iOS goes dark after the latest update

Although iOS 13 has been around for about a month now, Apple’s own adoption figures show 50% of eligible iPhones are running the new version of the operating system. It’s not a bad number of course, but those who haven’t updated yet are missing quite a lot.

Besides the new features and improvements that the iOS 13, a lot of third-party apps are adding new options specification for this version of the platform. One of the most common new features that these third-party apps are adding is dark mode.

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Many developers have already implemented the dark mode into their iOS apps, but Google has somehow missed to opportunity to offer Chrome users this specific feature. Thankfully, the latest update fixes the issue, so if you update Google’s mobile browser to the latest version, you’ll also be getting dark mode.

Also, the update adds the ability to add a new credit directly in Chrome from the settings page. Lastly, Bookmarks, History, Recent Tabs and Reading List are now presented as cards on iOS 13. Keep in mind that most of the new features won’t be available until you update to iOS 13.

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