Blue Light Filter - Night Mode 1.0.3253 APK

Blue Light Filter - Night Mode
  • Version: 1.0.3253
  • File size: 2.79MB
  • Requires: Android 4.0.3+
  • Package Name: com.lbe.bluelight
  • Developer: LBE Tech
  • Category: Personalisation
  • Updated: April 26, 2018
  • Price: Free
  • Rate 4.6 stars – based on 1 reviews

Blue Light Filter - Night Mode Descriptions

Eyes feel weary at night when are you reading on your smartphone?

Feel difficult fall asleep after a long time watching phone screen?

Blue Light Filter is used to reduce blue light by adjusting the screen color temperature to natural color. Shifting your screen to the night mode can relieve your eyes stress, and uncomfortable of your eyes will feel at relief at night reading. Also, the blue light filter will protect your eyes and help you sleep easily.

Features:
★ Reduce blue light
★ Adjustable filter intensity
★ Five modes available
★ Save power
★ Very easy to use
★ Eye protector from screen light

Reduce Blue Light
The screen filter can change your screen into natural color, so it can reduce the blue light which will affect your sleep.

Screen Filter Intensity
By sliding the button, you can easily adjust the filter intensity to soften the screen light. Five modes available on the blue light filter easy to adjust the most comfortable color temperature.

Save Power
Practice shows it can greatly save power because of reducing screen blue light.

Easy to Use
Handy buttons and auto timer will help you turn on and turn off the app in one second. Very useful app for eye care.

Eye Protector From Screen Light
Screen shift to night mode to protect your eyes and relieve your eyes in no time.

Tips: Using pause button to pause the screen filter
① Before installing other app, please turn off or pause this app to enable installation.
② When taking screenshots, please turn off or pause this app in case screenshots use the app effect.

Relevant Reading:
Steven W. Lockley, George C. Brainard, Charles A. Czeisler, (2003) High Sensitivity of the Human Circadian Melatonin Rhythm to Resetting by Short Wavelength Light.

Korones and Sarah, (2012) Blue Light And Sleepless Nights. Psychology Today, Health Source - Consumer.
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