Is your sleep disturbed by your smartphone? Twilight app for Android suggests an easy solution
Twilight is a new Android app that tries to fix that to some extent. It is a free application that works fairly simply - it automatically adapts your screen brightness depending on the time of the day and filters blue light on your device after sunset. Then, a red filter kicks in at an intensity varying with the sunset and sunrise times.
If you are interested in the reasons why you can’t sleep after you read for a while on your phone before going to bed, the reason could be Melanopsin. This is a rereceptor sensitive to blue light that restrains Melatonin production. And Melatonin is the hormone that regulates your body’s sleep-wake cycles. Interestingly, not all displays are equal in that regard and some displays like AMOLED ones (most common on high-end Samsung devices) have a noticeable blueish tint.
Have you had those difficulties falling asleep after toying around with your smartphone or tablet?
3. xperiaDROID (limited) (Posts: 5494; Member since: 08 Mar 2013)
Are you comparing a film with an app? :P
2. Avicktim (Posts: 22; Member since: 09 Apr 2013)
Sounds pretty neat.. too bad it's not for iOS.
6. Abbath (Posts: 99; Member since: 16 Sep 2012)
misleading name for the app...last thing I want is an Twilight fan app installed on my phone
7. dgreekstallion (Posts: 14; Member since: 16 Nov 2012)
They are late to the punch, f.lux already beat them.
http: //stereopsis.com /flux/
It's also available on iPhone.
8. DibelDibil (Posts: 27; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)
i've been using f.lux on my pc and i'm loving it, it's an eye-saver :)