Night mode is no longer a new feature and a couple of Android apps have since integrated it into their settings. An example is this app — eReader Prestigo—one of my favorite ebook readers, I find it convenient switching between daytime mode:
…and Night mode:
Unfortunately, you can’t easily get this effect on Chrome for Android (If you think about it, that is where some of us spend most of our time), well, let me rephrase that, you couldn’t get the night mode feature on Chrome for Android:
So, to enable Night mode on Chrome for Android, open Chrome and tap the three-dot icon and select settings:
Once there, select Accessibility:
And enable Simplified view.
With that, go to any website of your choice, preferably misstechy.com:
Then select an article to read (P.S. I noticed that this works better when you read an article not when you are on the homepage), you should see a pop-up at the bottom saying, ‘Show simplified view’. Tap it to convert.
Now, we are about to switch things up real quick.
Once you have converted the page, select the three icons on the top right corner and then you should see a new menu —Appearance— click on it:
There you can toggle between light, sepia, and dark mode or even adjust the size of the text.
It looks like a long process until you try it out for yourself, but do let me know if this is something you’d want to use on Chrome.