How to Enable Dark Mode in Safari for any Website [Mac]

Dark Mode is one of the best ways that help you reducing the eye strain. If you’re excessively using Safari for browsing and anxious about the eye strain. Then, Dark Mode is a perfect solution for it, now you can also enable it on Safari for almost any website on Mac. Here’s the step by step guide by which you can enable Dark Mode in Safari on Mac for every website.

Apple brings Dark Mode support to the Mac with release of macOS Mojave joining by the macOS Catalina and macOS Big Sur. But the feature works with supported third-party and defaults apps (including Safari). The browser only shows select websites that has support for Dark Mode. While if you want to access every website in dark mode, then you need to download a third-party extension on Safari from the App Store.

Here we found two best working extensions that you can use on your Mac to access any website, including a free extension as well.

Let’s dive right in.

Enable Dark Mode on Safari for any Website [Free]

If you’re looking for a free extension which supports Dark Mode on Safari browser, then you’re at a right place. Night Eye for Safari, extension works perfectly fine in my testing on Mac, and the best part is, it’s freely available on the App Store.

The extension also has three different modes, named, Dark Mode, Filtered Mode, and Normal Mode. So that you can easily switch between Dark and Normal mode whenever you want. Talking about the Filtered Mode, then it allows you to change the brightness and colors according to your needs. It also has schedule option and dark mode support for PDFs.

Here you can check out the sample screenshots, that we’ve captured accessing our website (YTECHB) and Google.

How to Enable Dark Mode on Safari in Mac for any website

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Enable Dark Mode on Safari for any Website [Paid]

Dark Reader for Safari is a popular plugin that brings Dark Mode support to the Safari Web Browser for different websites. And it is one of the best working Dark Mode plugins on the App Store, but it’s a paid plugin. One of the most noticeable things on the Dark Reader for Safari extension it the accuracy. So, if you want a better accuracy, then this is one of the best extensions on the App Store.

Talking about the features, then in Dark Reader for Safari, you can also exclude any website or include any specific as well. Not only this, but you can also add or remove a specific page from any website. It also has Dark Mode and Filtered Mode. You can also use softer dark or regular dark according to your needs. In case you’re using system-wide Dark Mode on your macOS, then you can switch the toggle to the Auto mode.

You can check the screenshots here.

How to Enable Dark Mode on Safari in Mac for any website

Download ($4.99)

So, these are the two best ways by which you can access any website in dark mode in Safari browser on Mac. There are many extensions available on the App Store but, the afore-listed ones are working fine for many websites.

After downloading the extensions, head over to the Safari > Preferences, then click on Extensions, enable the extension you want by clicking on the checkbox. That’s it.

Note: In case you’re using Google Chrome, then you can enable dark mode with the help of hidden flags or third-party extensions.

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Haneet is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of YTECHB. He has a huge passion for tinkering with latest smartphones, wearables, smart home devices, smart TVs, and more. As an avid Apple Ecosystem user, he loves customizing his iPhone and iPad to suit his needs. For tips, you can connect Haneet at In 2019, Haneet and the YTECHB team exclusively shared the wallpapers of iPhone 11 right before the launch event. In 2020, Haneet alongside his team members shared exclusive renders and official photos of two Samsung Galaxy smartphones - the Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M21. Later, the YTECHB team leaks information about Motorola's feature phones and Razr 3. In the last few months, our team shared Galaxy S24 Ultra leaks and more. You may come across his work getting mentioned in The Times of India, India Today, Hindustan Times, NDTV, TechRadar, Digital Trends, Yahoo News, GSMArena, Android Authority, Android Central, Android Headlines, SamMobile, XDA, 9to5Google, and many other publications. He works across news, updates, features, guides, and more. If YTECHB writes about it, you can expect him to be involved in some way.

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