Chrome Flags

Chrome Flags

Chrome flags are a way to activate browser features that are not available by default. Chrome tags are only available in google chrome. They are experimental technology that Google is not ready to provide to all users but will let users use if they want. Some chrome tags improve accessibility in Google Chrome. To enable a Chrome flag, click the link, find the tag on that page, and click "default" and switch it to enable. A relaunch of chrome is required for the Chrome Flag to take effect. Click the relaunch button or refresh the page. To open chrome flags, copy them using the copy button, then paste them into your URL dialogue, then hit enter.

All Chrome Flags


Read Anything

Enables the Reading Mode feature which generates a reader-friendly view of web pages. Opened side panel and select Reading Mode to try the feature. – Mac, Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, Fuchsia, Lacros


Dark Mode

Automatically render all web contents using a dark theme. – Mac, Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, Android, Fuchsia, Lacros


Enable Audio Descriptions

When enabled, HTML5 video elements with a 'descriptions' WebVTT track will speak the audio descriptions aloud as the video plays. – Mac, Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, Android, Fuchsia, Lacros


Experimental Accessibility Language Detection for Dynamic Content

Enable language detection for dynamic content which is then exposed to assistive technologies such as screen readers. – Mac, Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, Android, Fuchsia, Lacros


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