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Google Chrome is Finally Getting Dynamic Themes from Android

Google Chrome is Finally Getting Dynamic Themes from Android

Google Material You Dynamic Themes: Android-exclusive since launch.

It harmonises the primary colors of your wallpaper with the overall design of your phone, and soon it will be available on other operating systems like Windows, macOS, Linux, and others, at least for Google Chrome. Material You will be available in the browser on Windows and the aforementioned platforms with the most recent Chrome Canary release Dynamic Themes, version 110. Reddit user u/Leopeva64-2 discovered this and reported about it on the r/Chrome subreddit.

This version of material you is only compatible with Chrome since smartphones cannot connect to desktop wallpaper, unlike smartphones. With the new version, Chrome will be able to select the primary hues of any theme you select and use them throughout the entire browser. For instance, your entire browser will have the same shade of blue if you choose a background with blue as its primary colour.

Take a look at the image below for reference.

Google Chrome to Get active Themes From Android

If you have Chrome Canary, the most recent version, you must first enable it by going to chrome:/flags/#customize-chrome-color-extraction flag. You’ll see that there isn’t a toggle button to turn the flag on or off because the feature is currently being develop.

If you want to use alternative colors for your address bar and tabs, you will need to manually turn off the flag once more. Without it, your themes will keep controlling the browser’s overall color scheme.

Here is another example of Material You on Chrome.

Google Chrome to Get active Themes From Android

Once it appears in Chrome’s open beta, the feature will be more full. It shouldn’t take long for it to be included to the stable version as it is already present on the Canary version. You can download the most recent developer build of Chrome from this page if you want to test out this feature before others do.

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