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Blue Light Filter Pro - Google Play App
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Blue Light Filter Pro - Google Play App

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Posted 24th Jun

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An app that reduces the amount of blue light emitted by overlaying a translucent filter.
It keeps the eyes healthy by reducing the amount of blue light that reaches them and helps users achieve comfortable sleep.

A simple design with functions that are easy to understand and use.


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Recommended for people who:
- Want to keep the eyes healthy.
- Want to set the filter ON / OFF for each apps.
- Want to change filter settings from the status bar quickly.
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Thanks OP
The irony is the blue company logo....
Bullet198024/06/2019 16:49

The irony is the blue company logo....


And also the logo indicates that only blue stream of light is coming out from the background.
Doesn't android have a blue light filter built in?!
samspud26/06/2019 13:53

Doesn't android have a blue light filter built in?!


Funnily enough, one of my friend's said the exact same to me a few hours ago too, hehehehe.

I guess it's based purely upon the version of Android you're having on your phone I suppose?.

As some modernish phone's with say only Android 6 on them wouldn't have, lol.

But otherwise with say Android 7+ etc, well ...

I'm assuming they just might. :-D

So it's based purely upon the version of Android on your phone, as blatantly, not all Android phone's will have that 'feature', basically?. :-)

But in saying all that though, I'd seriously luvvvvvvvvv to know as to from what version of Android that blue light thing was integrated within it etc though?.

Lol, as the answer to that scenario is by far a most interesting of one's I reckon ...
Edited by: "amour3k" 26th Jun
amour3k26/06/2019 18:44

Funnily enough, one of my friend's said Ty he exact same to me a few hours …Funnily enough, one of my friend's said Ty he exact same to me a few hours ago too, hehehehe.I guess it's based purely upon the version of Android you're having on your phone I suppose?.As some modernish phone's with say only Android 6 on them wouldn't have, lol.But otherwise with say Android 7+ etc, well ...I'm assuming they just might. :-DSo it's based purely upon the version of Android on your phone, as blatantly, not all Android phone's will have that 'feature', basically?. :-)But in saying all that though, I'd seriously luvvvvvvvvv to know as to from what version of Android that blue light thing was integrated within it etc though?.Lol, as the answer to that scenario is by far a most interesting of one's I reckon ...


Good point.

Mine does
amour3k26/06/2019 18:44

Funnily enough, one of my friend's said Ty he exact same to me a few hours …Funnily enough, one of my friend's said Ty he exact same to me a few hours ago too, hehehehe.I guess it's based purely upon the version of Android you're having on your phone I suppose?.As some modernish phone's with say only Android 6 on them wouldn't have, lol.But otherwise with say Android 7+ etc, well ...I'm assuming they just might. :-DSo it's based purely upon the version of Android on your phone, as blatantly, not all Android phone's will have that 'feature', basically?. :-)But in saying all that though, I'd seriously luvvvvvvvvv to know as to from what version of Android that blue light thing was integrated within it etc though?.Lol, as the answer to that scenario is by far a most interesting of one's I reckon ...


Android 8.0 Oreo and later

But not all manufacturers support. Samsung and Google Pixel do
samspud26/06/2019 21:09

Good point. Mine does


Hehehehehehe. :-D

samspud26/06/2019 21:10

Android 8.0 Oreo and laterBut not all manufacturers support. Samsung and …Android 8.0 Oreo and laterBut not all manufacturers support. Samsung and Google Pixel do


Fair enough, thanx.


Edit:

"But not all manufacturers support. Samsung and Google Pixel do".

It's an interesting last point you made, lol.

I'm currently using an Xiaomi Note 6 Pro, on MUI 10. 'something'.

I wonder what version of actual stock Android that equates too?.

And/or more to the point, even if it does equate to at least/minimum of Android 8.0, or whatever, then I'm wondering as to IF my actual Xiaomi phone is supporting anyyyy of any of them sorts of thingy's in the first place, etc etc etc?, hehehehehehe.

Thanx, but I may be in need of some wee research now too, perhaps?, lol.
Edited by: "amour3k" 26th Jun
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