This nifty app will adjust the hue of your phone's display to make it as comfortable as possible to read at different times during the day.
The blue light emitted from electronic devices has tampered with our circadian rhythm and our sleep cycles by blocking the sleep hormone melatonin. Typically, this hormone increases in the evening and helps induce sleepiness at night. However, these devices submit a sufficient amount of light to the brain, which interprets this as an indicator of wakefulness.
Staying connected 24/7 on our smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices can make us well-informed readers but poor sleepers. Although we stay connected with the world from the privacy of our own home, these devices can intrude on the most intimate time we have to ourselves -- sleep. However, according to a recent study published in The Journal of Adolescent Health, wearing a pair of orange-tinted glasses may effectively block blue light from light-emitting diode (LED) screens and prevent disturbing the sleep-wake cycle.
But... what happens if you do not have that tinted glasses?
If you do not have, does not matter! This apps avoid you to be exposed to the device blue light. It is really easy to use and will be very confortable!