Dark Mode is a good choice to save your eyes from the annoying white light at the night, if you don’t know how to enable Dark Mode on Safari via MacOS, there are all the possible ways to do that. It’s very easy and won’t take a minute to apply.
How to Enable Dark Mode on Safari?
First method: enabling Dark Mode for your Mac
This method will switch on Dark Mode for your Mac as a whole.
- Click the Apple icon on the top left of your screen.
- Click System Preferences.
- Click General.
- Click Dark.
Now, all your Mac app supports Dark Mode will show in a darker color.
To turn it off again, click the Apple icon on the top left of your screen and then choose System Preferences > General.
Click Light, and you will return to the light background. that’s very simple.
Second method: Use Safari reader view to turn on Dark Mode
Safari’s Reader View is a good choice to browse in a full Dark Mode, as many websites may not go dark with MacOS’s Dark Mode, and all you get dark is the buttons and menus around the website.
To use Safari reader view to turn on Dark Mode, click the Reader button on the left side of the search field.
- Click the letter button on the right side of the search field.
- Click the black background to change the background color.
- The background has now been changed to a dark one with white text.
Note: not all websites support Safari Reader View, if the website doesn’t support Safari Reader View you won’t see the Reader button.
Third Method: Use a Dark Mode Extension in Safari
There are some Dark Mode Extensions that will help you to enable Dark Mode for every website. The above solutions work only on a limited number of websites.
Some of these good Dark Mode Extensions: Night Eye, and Dark Reader you can get any of them from your Mac App Store.
After you get the Extension, Open Safari then click Safari > Preferences.
Click the Extensions tab, Check the box next to your newly installed extension to enable Dark Mode.