Are you looking for the Google Docs Dark Mode version? Then you are on the correct help page. Google Docs is an online word processor included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google, which also includes Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Forms, Google Sites, and Google Keep. The Google word processor was released initial release date on 9 March 2006.
The Google Docs web application is original from two separate products, that named Writely and XL2Web. Whereby the first product, Writely was a web-based word processor created by the software company Upstartle and launched in August 2005. It began as an experiment by programmers Sam Schillace, Steve Newman, and Claudia Carpenter, and experimenting with the then-new Ajax technology and the “content editable” function in browsers. Google announced on 9 March 2006 that they buy out the Upstartle company.
Activate Google Docs Dark Mode with the free browser extension
And on iOS, you can also install the Turn Off the Lights for Safari app, which brings the option to get dark mode on your smaller screen size. So you can activate it with a long press on the current web page. See in the Turn Off the Lights Options page -> Night Mode tab -> and here you see the option to activate it by the switch on long-press action.
Steps to activate Google Docs Dark Mode (iOS web browser)
If you want to keep it always enabled in our Safari web browser on iOS and iPadOS. See this YouTube video tutorial on how to enable the Night Owl feature:
If you need any assistance or feedback to improve this free and Open-Source browser extension. You can always contact us on the support form here on the left side.
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