Recent comments about the upcoming iOS 9.3 have been centered on the night shift feature. This is expected to cause color saturation on iOS devices (iphone and ipad) from the common native bright blue light to something warmer in color and friendly to the eyes. This is intended to ease sleeping at night hour.
Though many users of iOS might not be aware of this feature, but it is a cool one that soots your day to day work.
This feature is built into all iOS device by default but absent from android.
This article will provide you the walk around about this feature to seeing how you can get it activated on your android devices.
How to activate iOS 9.3 Night Shift Mode On Your Android Device.
There is a simple way to get this feature activated on your android mobile and that is through a third-party app.
There are actually two apps that can get this done on your android by mere activation. One of them is free and the other a paid app.
-How to activate iOS 9.3 Night Shift Mode on Your Android Device using Night Shift: Blue Light Filter.
This app is free and simple to go about. Once activated, it gives you a user experience similar to that on iOS. Its activation prompts automatic time schedule that runs from 7 am till 7 pm day brightness color saturation and after then, the night mode starts up; giving them a filtered adjusted warmer light that is very much friendly to the eyes.
–How to activate iOS 9.3 Night Shift Mode on Your Android Device using Twilight.
This app performance was actually rated higher compare to the default iOS feature. Sold for $0.99, this app provides; schedule, opacity option, provides more time and more.
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