Dark Mode makes your browser more comfortable, enjoyable and cool by changing the colour scheme to make web pages easier to read. Works especially well for people working during the night or in low light environments or when you want to match your browser with the new Mojave dark mode look.

• Once you activate the extension all websites will display a darker theme. You can start the extension manually, you can schedule it or turn it on automatically (when macOS Mojave dark mode is active)
• Just press the tool bar button and you can change the theme to a softer or a mono theme
• You can deactivate the theme for any site or apply dark mode for some sites only

• A simple and powerful Safari extension
• Choose between 3 themes: Dark, Soft Dark or Mono
• Multiple ways to activate the extension: manually, schedule it for your preferred night hours or when macOS Mojave dark mode is on
• You can ignore any site or you can apply Dark Mode for some websites only

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What's New

Version 1.9.6

• Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
5 Ratings
5 Ratings

Fix 99% of What's Wrong With the Web! 🖥😍

If you're sick to death of web pages blasting laser bright light into your eyeballs, Dark Mode for Safari is here to soothe.

Dark Mode for Safari enables users to invert the luminosity of web pages in Safari and has a whitelist (heh) to add sites that already have a dark theme.

Admittedly, "Fix[ing] 99% of What's Wrong With the Web" is a bit of hyperbole on my part. (Everyone knows what's mostly wrong with the Web lies outside the realm of luminosity.)

But if you seek to cultivate your avant-garde, 1337-hacking, urban slick aesthetic sensibilities, Dark Mode for Safari can help enculturate even the most design-challenged among us.

Note to the developer: Thank you for releasing this. I like the Softer Dark Mode but it doesn't look good on some very high profile sites. My one feature request is per-site Dark Mode/Softer Dark Mode designation.


Should be part of MacOS

This app works surprisingly well. I have been using it for a couple weeks now. Worth the money if you read at night or use the computer a lot and get eye strain.

User feedback for the developer: I would love for the safari toolbar button to simply toggle dark mode on/off, that’s it. I find it a bit cumbersome to have to fool around with a little popup menu any time I just want to quickly toggle dark mode on/off. For the more advanced (and less frequently accessed) options like the scheduling and soft dark mode, I would love to have them available under the Safari Extensions Preferences. Overall, thank you very much for creating this app.


Comments messed up on Breitbart

Edit: I still love this extension, but it turns the comments (Disqus) on Breitbart to grey on a black background. Makes it harder to read them. Developer can you fix this? Turn the text white instead of grey? Thanks, if you can.

I just installed it this morning and it's working pretty well. I have hit a few sites like Breitbart that end up having a light background, so it would be nice if we could somehow make that dark too.

I love the "forget this site" feature as it lets me skip dark mode for sites that don't need it. Some sites are already dark enough.

This extension is a perfect complement to macOS Mojave's Dark Mode. So many websites are just awful in how they use blinding white backgrounds instead of more neutral colors.

I hope the developer makes this a subscsription based app so that it lasts for a long, long time. I don't mind paying a reasonable yearly price for a userful extension like this.

I don't want to see this extension go away for lack of financial support.


Denk Alexandru
4.6 MB
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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