The blue light emitted by the screen will impair vision health and thus disturbing your sleep. Night Filter helps you get better sleep by providing gentle warm light to ease eye fatigue. Simple to use yet more than effective!
★Reduce visual fatigue by adjusting the screen to natural color;
★Filter harmful blue light to effectively protect your eyes;
★Provide professional eye health assessment to help you form good habits;
★In possession of a variety of color schemes giving a 24-hour eye care;
★Very easy to use!
Blue light filter protects your eyes by adjusting the screen to natural color and reducing the harmful blue light. You can feel the change when applying it to your screens. It relieves eye fatigue when you are doing night reading, typing or playing games.
How to use our Blue Light Filter app
Step One: Open the app and turn on the Filter.
Step Two: You can choose your Filter Color and set Auto Enable time.
Step Three: You can click the upper right corner to check your Eye Health Report and set Reminder option. Once the Show Notification is activated, you can control the filter in the notification bar anytime you want.
Q: What is blue light?
A: Blue light is a range of the visible light spectrum coming from a variety of technologies including computers, smartphones, televisions, and lights.
Q: Is blue light always a bad thing?
A: Nope, it largely depends on the timing people receive the light. Natural exposure to blue light during the daylight hours boosts people’s energy, alertness and mood. However, elongated exposure to the waves transmitted through screen devices during the evening can disrupt circadian rhythm and cause various health effects including a disruption in normal sleep schedules.
Q: How can blue light effect our sleep?
A: Exposure to blue light can increase heart rate and body temperature and even can disrupt circadian rhythm. To ensure better sleep, the blue light should be decreased at night.
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Compatible with most Android phones, including but not limited to
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy A8+ , Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge;
Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, Huawei Mate 10, Huawei P9 , Huawei Mate 9, Huawei Honor 8;
HTC U11+, HTC U11 Life, HTC Desire 10 Pro;
OnePlus5, OnePlus 5T;
OPPO Find 9;OPPO F5;
Xiaomi Max2, Xiaomi 6 ;
Honor 7X, Honor view 10,Honor 9 Lite;
Google Pixel, Google Pixel2; LG S6.