This is no new news, blue light is terrible for your eyes. You get it from just about any screen, the notorious being your TV, laptop, and smartphones.
As for TV, it really is a matter of choice whether to watch it or not, sadly the same cannot be said for laptops and smartphones. You need these two devices for work, study, and communication. While you can avoid watching TV, it would be very hard to avoid your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Due to work and life-related issues.
That said, does it mean you will have to bear with bright lights burning through your eyes at night? Certainly, that cannot be the case.
Android devices users are not as lucky as iOS devices users. Most recent iDevices from Apple come with the night mode feature built-in; though only a few Android devices have it. Some of the Android devices that come with a built-in night mode feature include devices running Android Oreo (the latest version of Android mobile OS) and Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8.
At its beta stage Android (version 7.0) had the night …read more