Google has tried a last dark mode for its Chrome browser. Media reports that both Windows 10 and MacOS will receive dark mode support, and it is currently testing in the latest builds for Canarias development in Chrome. Google's browser appears to allow the dark mode by default, retrieving your system settings on Windows and MacOS.
It's not quite clear how Google aims to launch its dark Chrome mode. We've tested it in the latest Chrome Canary issue. On most systems, it respects the systemic dark mode, and others do the opposite. Google still needs to test with the best method to launch this on both Windows 10 and MacOS.
The dark mode allows a standard dark page for new tabs, darker context menus, and even darker chrome borders. It's possible that Google may roll out the dark mode with Chrome 74, scheduled to roll out in April. Current Canary Buildings come with version 74, but the thorns don't really mean it gets into the stable version in time.
On a related note, Google previously released Chrome 71
For those who are unaware, there are various different builds of Chrome that the company is working for slow trial and issuing new features. All code changes begin in Chromium and then operate from Canary to Chrome Beta to Chrome Dev to Chrome, the stable release released to all consumers about every 2 months.