Google Chrome has taken some inspiration from Android and put on a new dynamic theme, that’s obtained from the recent background….!
Google is consistently working to improve the facilities and functions of Chrome. Before that time, Android 12 brought the full-fledged dynamic color system of Material You, Chrome for PC, Mac, and Chromebooks gained a way to generate a full theme just from a single color choice. Meanwhile, the Android version of Chrome simply matches your phone’s theme, where feasible.
Leopeva64 on Reddit encountered that Google is now up to be the same system for Chrome, based on the background image chosen for the New Tab Page. It’s available now in the latest Chrome Canary, albeit hidden behind a flag in chrome. The key difference with Material You on Android, though, the theme is created from the colors of your wallpaper.
Customize Chrome Color Extraction
Enables setting theme color based on background image color when the background image is changed in New Tab Page Customize Chrome.
You can change it at any time to a new background image, once enabled, the whole of Chrome will switch to a complementary color theme. Notably, the theme only changes when switching to a background from one of the collections that Google provides. Chrome will stay on its previous theme if you try to use a picture of your own. While perhaps it’s delightful to watch Chrome rapidly switch themes to match each new background.
Beyond this, not-possibly makes the browser feel more cohesive, in the same way. That Material You helps make Android 13 more personal.
We cannot anticipate seeing these background-based dynamic color themes launch until at least version 110. Because that’s just a sweet start of the features in the Chrome Canary. That is scheduled to be released in February 2023.
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Featured image credit – Reddit.