Save your eyes and get better sleep using this Android app

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heyaa guys capstricks.net back and this time with a life hack to save your eyes  by using this android app so without wasting time lets start with the review….

CF.lumen adapts the colors on your Android device based on the position of the sun, or your custom configuration.

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NOTE: Android 5.0 is now required. Versions up to v3.16 that support 4.4 KitKat are still available from the XDA thread (see far below). Performance drop since v3.60? Turn on performance mode.

When using the default settings, your display will get a warmer tint (lower color temperature) when the sun is down, vastly reducing strain on the eyes. Blue light makes your brain want to stay awake, and a lower color temperatures reduces the amount of blue displayed; using this in the evening reduces your brain’s effort to keep you awake at night.

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During sleeping hours by default a red filter is used. Red strains your eyes the least, and retains your night vision.

Light sensor

The light sensor can be used to automagically adjust the color: switch to the sleep filter in full dark, or to the day filter (usually none) under bright lights.

Because light sensor quality varies wildly between devices, a calibration option is provided to experiment with.

Color filters

Several filters are provided. Those named after a color (red, green, blue, …) do not limit the display to those colors, but convert the displayed image to grayscale first, then display that image in levels of the selected color. This preserves details that would otherwise be lost.

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Grayscale, invert colors, temperature adjustment and custom R/G/B adjustment filters are also provided.

Colorblindness

The master color filter setting also has an option for colorblindness enhancement, with settings for protanopia/anomaly, deuteranopia/anomaly and tritanopia/anomaly. These options in theory enhance clarity and color detail.

No claims are made to the effectiveness of these filters. These filters were thought up by Google engineers, CF.lumen just includes them.

Pro version

Upgrading to CF.lumen Pro will support my developments, remove all nags, unlock the option to start at device boot (make sure you test your configuration first), and unlocks notification options. It also enables Tasker integration.

In Pro mode, the notification adds convenient buttons to quickly disable the current filter or switch to sleep mode, and you can switch the notification to when enabled mode, which shows the notification only when a color filter is active.

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In non-Pro mode, the notification only asks you to upgrade to Pro. It may seem that notification is just there to annoy you, but it actually prevents Android from randomly killing the background service taking care of all the work. Getting rid of it without getting the service killed can be done by going to Settings -> Apps -> CF.lumen and unticking Show notifications.

Having Chainfire3D Pro (ancient) installed will enable Pro.

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Originally posted 2016-11-13 14:10:16. Republished by Blog Post Promoter