Some might not know this, but the blue light emitted by your smartphone, tablet or computer screen, causes severe eye strain, which in return makes it less likely for you to have a good night sleep.
In this tutorial, we are going to be guiding you through the two best options you have to save yourself from the harmful blue light, by making use of ‘Night Mode’ on your Android smartphone or tablet.
Method #1: The stock option
In the last couple of years, many manufacturers have integrated ‘Night Mode’ into their custom Android UIs.
Enable ‘Blue Light Filter’ on Samsung Galaxy devices:
- Unlock your phone and go to settings
- Look for the ‘Display’ option
- Look for the ‘Blue Light Filter’ option
- Tap on the text ‘Blue Light Filter’ – don’t just toggle it on
You have now accessed the functionality’s settings menu. From there you can set a custom schedule of when you wish the filter to be turned on and off, as well as adjust the filter’s color intensity.
Find if ‘Night Mode’ is available on your device
- Open your device’s Settings app
- Go to the ‘Display’ menu
- Look for an option called ‘Night Mode’ or ‘Reading Mode’
- If your phone’s Settings app comes with a search bar,