Chrome is blessed with tones of extensions, something that cannot be said for its competition, not even its distant closest rival Firefox. However, since Mozilla rolled out the new design Firefox Quantum, the company has been working overtime to attract developers onto the Firefox extensions development team.
One of the first big deal in terms of extension that users love so much on Chrome – and was making it extra harder for them to switch to Firefox – was the Speed Dial 2. Now, they have roped in another developer Alexander Shutov who is behind the Dark Reader extension for Chrome.
The Dark Reader extension makes web page dark themed so that the ‘white’ on the pages does not hurt your eyes when you are viewing them at night. Well, I do admit, dark theme is becoming a thing nowadays. It seems like people just prefer to view darker pages on these screens on just about anything, whether it is Windows OS, mobile apps, or web pages. Dark theme has grown to be fashionable these days.
Dark Reader is open source and …read more