In public tests since mid-December last year, the Dark mode finally landed officially in the Google Chrome.
After months of testing, Google today promoted version 73 of its browser to the stable channel and brought with it native support for macOS Mojave's dark interface. That is, if you are using the operating system in Dark Mode, Chrome will now automatically respect that option.
The interface has been well polished since the first beta tests, however it is worth noting that Dark Mode comprises only the basic structure of the browser. That is, if you open his preferences screen, for example, everything still gets light colors which is not a huge problem, since it is not something that moves every day.
Chrome 73 comes with good developer news, new tab grouping, media key support, and Picture-in-Picture (PiP) is automatic on certain sites, in addition to numerous security fixes.
Google Chrome is available for download from its official website, or for those who already have it, just go to the menu. Chrome About Google Chrome to force the update.