Recently Google developed several AI-powered features for the experimental version of the Chrome browser.
Chrome users will soon get the option of ‘Create Theme with AI’ which will allow them to choose and create themes from different categories. Users can also choose the generated graphics and overall style and create a unique theme for the browser with just one click.
In the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, the integration of personalized AI-generated wallpapers was a significant development. Now, Google is extending its AI innovations into Chrome to enhance the Chrome browser experience for users.
Recently, Google declared the ‘Help Me Write’ AI feature for Chrome and, now there is another exciting development for Chrome users to craft their personalized AI-generated themes for the browsers. This was first discovered by X (formerly known as Twitter) users called Leopeva64, who delved into the code of the unreleased canary version of the browser.
Just like the Pixel 8 experience, this feature is initiated by asking the user to choose a theme. Here, available themes are notably broader than what was offered for Google flagship phones.
This Create theme with AI is located alongside the browser’s other setting of the theme. Under the subject tabs, the Xposts reveal the array of categories. But these are not limited to Food, Everyday Objects, Nature, Space, Buildings, US Cities and Parks, etc but presenting users with a vast and diverse selection.
Furthermore, within these categories, there are diverse options for users so they explore and choose according to their tastes. Take Buildings, as an example, where options extend to Airport, Cafe, Castle, Lighthouse, Office, and various others. Everyday objects are present in a more extensive array of house items, and in the space category, users can design a theme around a multitude of celestial elements, including Constellations, Satellites, the Moon, the Sun, Stars, the Solar system, Spaceships, and more.
Once the theme is chosen, users can further focus on the theme color and mood along with the primary color to make them further refine according to their taste.
Google also mentioned that Canary Build is a testing channel for experimental stuff. So, for now, everything you see there might not be the final product. So these might not end up in the regular browser. But right now, you can choose or switch the theme in the browser setting or you also get the new one from the Chrome Web Store.
As this feature will take some time to be rolled out, the final appearance of the wallpapers remains a mystery. However, after drawing insights from the experience of generating numerous wallpapers with the Pixel 8 Pro, it is anticipated that the Chrome version will offer a more improved and captivating wallpaper creation process.
We hope that Google will offer Chrome users a new AI theme customization option very soon. So, your browser background will look unique from everyone else.