macOS 10.14.4 Brings Safari Automatic Dark Mode

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macOS 10.14.4 will bring automatic Dark Mode to Safari. This means that if a website offers a dark theme, it will automatically be enabled (via iDownloadBlog).

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Safari Preview 68

In Safari Technology Preview 68 Apple introduced a Dark Mode API, which you can find in Safari’s Develop > Experimental Features > Dark Mode CSS Support menu. But right now it’s only available in the macOS 10.14.4 developer beta which was released last week.

To turn on Dark Mode go to Preferences > General > Appearance. Now, all we need is automatic Dark Mode.

system preferences dark mode

[Looking for Dark Mode Apps for your iPhone and iPad? Check Out this List]

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