Chrome is my iPhone and PC web browser of choice. For some time, I was looking for a solution to automatically sync bookmarks of Safari and Chrome web-browsers on my iPhone. Unsuccessfully. When using iPhone’s default Safari iOS app, I had had to manually send web pages (I wanted to keep and open later in Chrome) to Chrome bookmarks using the Safari’s share option.
Note: If you’re using iOS 13 or later, this “how to” is outdated, because in iOS 13 there’s now the real dark mode option. It’s in Settings > Display & Brightness.
White fonts on black background, also known as “dark mode”, is an accelerating trend in user interface design. An increasing number of apps has started to provide dark mode option alongside the usual “light mode” with black fonts on light backgrounds. Dark mode is believed to be easier on the eyes. It also saves battery life on devices with OLED displays, such as some of the newer iPhone models (X, XS, and XS Max).