The changes also come to Chrome Canary, the test version of the most popular browser in the world. At issue is the arrival of Material You, with its great engine for customization and generation of Themes, launched simultaneously with Google’s Android 12.
This same design has gradually arrived in several Android applications, especially those developed by Google itself, also present in the UI’s or user interfaces of various manufacturers.
Dynamic Themes are also coming to Google Chrome Canary
In fact, this same Material You design philosophy, and its dynamic theme engine, has made its way to several Google platforms. Take, for example, Gmail, among others.
As of now we have both the latest iteration of Chrome Canary – version 110 – available for Mac, Windows (PC) computers, as well as for ChromeOS and Linux. Furthermore, it will also come to Chrome in its stable version.
Functionality will also come to the stable version of Chrome
Unlike Material You for Android smartphones and its Dynamic Themes engine, Chrome does not access the user-defined wallpaper on your computer.
Instead, as the user of the Reddit platform, u/Leopeva64-2, first pointed out, the Chrome interface will dynamically assume the dominant colors of a wallpaper or wallpaper that the user defines for the New Tab page .
Dynamic Themes will bring more customization to Google Chrome
This functionality can be activated through the Canary Flags. More specifically, through “chrome://flags/#ntp-comprehensive-theming”.
In any case, it is obvious that Google intends to apply the Material You design to its Chrome browser as well. In short, it is now a matter of time before the functionality migrates to the stable version of Chrome as well.
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