Nighttimes call for light measures. In the case of looking at your brightly lit smartphone screen at night, that means easing the work your eyes have to do to balance its vision.

Well, if you spend hours digging through your clogged up Twitter feed before bed, make sure you try out the new Night Mode on the Android app. It turns every white UI interface into black (most of the app’s backgrounds) and vice versa (text). Though, somewhat unfortunately, the black isn’t actually truly black — it has a subtle blue tone to it. Blue light is said to be the most taxing on eyes at night. Of course, you could just like the different color scheme and keep it on all the time.

The feature is rolling out and will come to iOS in the near future.

Via: The Verge

You May Also Like

Pocketnow Daily: Apple launching SIX iPhones in 2020?!) (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about all the upcoming iPhone 12 variants, the huge battery in the Samsung Galaxy S11 and more

New predictions give us more iPhone 12 variants and bigger batteries in 2020

We get new rumors of more than five iPhone 12 variants and bigger batteries in all 2020 iPhones

We have confirmation, the Samsung Galaxy S11’s battery is huge

We have confirmed the size of the battery in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 thanks to a new certification