Blue Light Filter Pro free - on sale (Android)
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Blue Light Filter Pro free - on sale (Android)

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Found 7th Oct 2017
Normally £2.49

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For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and known as "Night Mode". Very handy feature. I also use f.lux on the laptop to prepare my eyes for sleep after a long day working. Great apps.
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For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and known as "Night Mode". Very handy feature. I also use f.lux on the laptop to prepare my eyes for sleep after a long day working. Great apps.
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Kev`1 h, 22 m ago

For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and …For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and known as "Night Mode". Very handy feature. I also use f.lux on the laptop to prepare my eyes for sleep after a long day working. Great apps.


What version, I think I've got 7.0 nothing came up in settings search.
jg21316 m ago

What version, I think I've got 7.0 nothing came up in settings search.


It's called Blue light filter
jg2138 h, 2 m ago

What version, I think I've got 7.0 nothing came up in settings search.




I have an HTC M9 running Android 7.0, it's called Night Mode and under "Display & Gestures" settings. May differ on other handsets I guess.
Kev`7th Oct

For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and …For those of you with the newer versions of Android, this is built in and known as "Night Mode". Very handy feature. I also use f.lux on the laptop to prepare my eyes for sleep after a long day working. Great apps.


It's built into Windows 10 as well. I used to use fl.ux but no need having another application when it is built in.
ritchie12 h, 7 m ago

It's built into Windows 10 as well. I used to use fl.ux but no need having …It's built into Windows 10 as well. I used to use fl.ux but no need having another application when it is built in.



Ah yes, I forgot about that. I use f.lux as it's more versatile for laptop (I'm on it 14-16 hours a day working) and it can control my Philips Hue lights too, but for sure the built in one would be fine for normal use.
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