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Well, it is popular but I still consider Snapseed (by Google) lesser-known. It is a fantastic photo editing app.
Also, everybody should have a bluelight filter app, such as this one. It really helps your eyes
It's like your dream (or nightmare) was worse than the actual job.
Also, if you're looking at your phone screen in the night, you can try putting a blue light filter on your phone: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
Blue light from screens disturbs your sleep a lot more than other light sources, and this app (there are other similar ones too), supposedly reduces the blue light, and I've found for me it helps to reduce eye strain too.
They even sell blue light blocking glasses here: https://www.lowbluelights.com/products.asp
but I'm not sure how good they are.
/u/-RENuest, yes, the screenshot is dark because I'm using an application called Bluelight Filter. I turn it on when I'm in a dim room so when I look at my phone screen for long periods of time, it doesn't strain my eyes. c:
I use Bluelight Filter for Eye Care and it works well. You can set the time it starts and ends the filter at each day, so you don't have to do it manually. And this app has also a lot of options.
I definitely enjoy Bluelight Filter for Eye Care with opacity set to max (80%). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
Easy to use, looks great, no persistent notification when it's turned off, no root needed. The pro version has an on/off toggle widget icon that works perfectly.
It's unfortunately a known issue. Moto G4 uses two LCD panels made by two different manufacturers: BOE and LGD. LGD's screens are the ones that often have this issue. There are two options to solve this problem: the permanent one is to return the phone and request a screen change, the simple one is to install a blue light filter app like this and set it to 6-8% (it's almost imperceptible but enough to eliminate the burn in). Hope it helps!
So inside the play store only... Like blue light filter or twilight?
Side note, didn't see anything in twilight's description about the overlay issue, but bluelight at least mentions it at the bottom.
Oh, and no, it's not only on app install. It's a pop-up on certain system screens.
I use Bluelight Filter & it dims the screen lower then normal. Plus it would help save battery juice if you're at work & not connected to USB.
Apparently this is a common issue on this phone, likely due to a defect with the screen the manufacturer used. I've seen some positive responses to using a bluelight filter app like this one.
I have a Moto G4 Plus and even at minimum brightness the screen becomes burned. My solution is to use a light filter app. I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
Seconding Abyssrium! It's adorable and really addictive, especially when there are new fish and goals during events! :D
I'm drawing a blank on my own suggestions right now because of brainfog, but I'm just gonna take a moment to be the nagging maternal figure and say that you should really download a blue-light filter app if you haven't already! It stops the light from your electronics messing with your melatonin production late at night. This is the one I like best!
Sorry - I should've put.
Android: I use Bluelight Filter (free with ads/paid, no ads)
iOS: I'm not sure, never owned an Apple device... But per /u/mrheadpain, I believe you need to ~~root~~ jailbreak your iOS device.
I know what you mean about reasonable permissions. It's hard to know the intent of the app/designer/company.
If you are interested still in removing the blue tint, bluelight filter doesn't require location like twilight does. Although I believe that the location on twilight is just to figure out sunrise/sunset.
blue light screen filter doesn't require as many permissions either, but it has in app purchases. I've never personally used either, so maybe someone else can give you other recommendations.
Maybe this is screen retention. When i had G4 Plus my phone looks similar. I used this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
Set to 10% and grey - after that the screen was ok.
It has happened to my old S5 with amoled screen before. What I did back then is downloading the Blue light filter app (this one) and set it to transparent (to avoid the reddish kinda feel) and the flickering was not happening anymore when brightness was set to low. The native blue light filter won't do that though.
Try it and let us know.
Interestingly enough my old S5 doesn't flicker even withtout the app after a couple years. Not sure if it fixed it though.
A mi me pasaba con un moto g4 plus que tenia antes, no se si te funcionará igual pero podes probar.
Esta es la app que tenes que bajar: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
Tenes q seleccionar el filtro negro y si no recuerdo mal era al 11%
Igual podes jugar un poco y variar el porcentaje a ver si te cambia algo o no, antes a mi se me quedaba quemado los iconos del WhatsApp y con esto no me apareció más
There is no necessity of changing the Rom. Just install this app:
And set it up to 7% or to 10% as Grey color (3rd color from the left).
The temporary burn will not be noticeable anymore.
Bluelight filter for eye care has a function like that, for some inspiration �� I don't remember which method it uses though..
I was having trouble sleeping. I took melatonin for quite a while. I ended up stopping because I wasnt sure if I was sensitive to sun because of it. (I know, weird.) Since I thought I needed something, I started taking generic Benadryl. One night I forgot and I've stopped taking something altogether. I feel like that process helped me to produce my own melatonin at the right time.
As for screen time, I can't play games or anything that is super engaging. I can only read and it has to have a dark background. Reddit is fine. But the key is to stop when you start to get tired. Also, I use "Bluelight Filter for eye care" the android app rather than the one on the phone. It generally makes things darker (as well as filtering) which I find helps too.
I'm using this one now. There's a paid version and I'm using that.
It filters everything except the navigation buttons.
Not sure if it helps but this is the one I was told to download. I was told choose the darkest one and set to 3% and it prevents the image retention. So far it's worked but can't confirm as I haven't been on my phone much today.
Bluelight Filter https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
There's not a darkroom mode, but the dimness doesn't change with the time, it's just activating it and when you're done disabling the filter. This other app also dims the screen and has a red filter included, and as easy to use.
Bluelight filter. It needs to be manually enabled/disabled, but works pretty well and battery impact is almost none. Creates a filter on the screen to a color and opacity of your choice.
Edit: Link to the app
Helps protecting your eye - It is one of the most useful apps I have ever found for Android.
I just use Bluelight Filter. It's great for reading at night and stuff. Plus, they just released a plugin that lets you dim it to something like 95%. You don't need root or anything either.
I like Blue Light Filter. You can set the color of filter you want and opacity. I like red all the way up to 80%. It makes reading at night in low light so much easier on the eyes. This make falling asleep much easier also.
It was a check up and I don't where glasses, but thank you
I have f.lux already and one for my phone too - bluelight filter for eyecare (android)
Good luck on your purchase! I'm yet another Nexus 7 owner who uses the Nexus for e-Books (primarily the Kindle app, and occasionally Google Books and others).
Suggestion: You mentioned reading a lot after lights-out. Both the tablet itself and the Kindle app offer various options for adjusting the color, brightness, etc. I recommend also grabbing a bluelight filter app to help filter out the blue/white light. This will help to prevent eyestrain and sleep disruption (or at least, it has been helpful to me). The one I use is Bluelight Filter for Eye Care, but there are others, such as Twilight.
I know this doesn't explicitly answer your question, but I hope at the least the glasses part helps you for all aspects.
For desktop/laptop Windows and iThings, there is a program I use called "F.lux" it basically "tints" the screen making it more eye-friendly.
At first you may notice the orange tint, but after a while you get used to it and don't notice it...However strangers who look at my phone certainly notice it immediately!
For your iPhone - I don't know if there is a Blue Light Filter app (what F.Lux is/does)...Last I read, it wasn't possible for App Developers but I may stand corrected now.
On my work Samsung Android it has their own Blue Light filter app built in...I use that.
On my Xperia I use Blue Light Filter for Eye Care formerly know as "Blue Light Filter", and have used that for 4+ years.
It should be noted that my prescription glasses are only meant for using the computer/watching T.V ... They're not "actual" glasses per se...As in to correct any long/short sightedness (though they do have a minor correction in the prescription, barely noticeable).
Whilst they're meant for computers/tv's...Whenever I get a headache or feel a migraine coming on - Depending on the severity I either go for my glasses, or stick really dark non-prescription sunglasses on.
I'm in the U.K but I'm more than sure it's possible elsewhere in the world, but essentially I explained to my optician that I too suffer from migraines...
They put two coatings on my glasses, which I always ask for now (which I should be wearing as I type this!!):
I use my glasses in conjunction with a Bluelight filter .... If possible, I'd have it installed on TV's as well.
I could use those external anti-glare filters but you can't beat the practicality of glasses...Everything you see is tinted...That stupidly bright white airport lounge with floodlights for lighting.
I took some photos for you of my glasses, to give you an idea, it's hard to explain...
I like this one personally:
F.lux is awesome. And for my android devices I use this Bluelight Filter app.
> Using all screens - laptop, television, phone, and my Kindle Fire
Have you tried any of the apps that filter out bluelight? I use Bluelight Filter for Eye Care on my android phone and Kindle Fire
On both my laptop and desktop I use F.Lux. It's made it easier for me to use them. I have to be on one or the other since I'm in college.
Both of these apps have made my life a lot easier since I installed them. With the Bluelight Filter, I used my Google Opinion Rewards to purchase the premium license.
This one. :)
I use it at night and in the early morning. Great for your eyes.
You can reduce the blue output on-screen with the phone settings. There's prolly an ap too.
This app has an addon that alles you to set the darkness below default
I've tried the built in one and much prefer the one actually called bluelight filter.
Bluelight Filter https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
No it was from this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free&hl=no
there's an app for that:
I use this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.ne.hardyinfinity.bluelightfilter.free
The is a similar app for Android, works good for me.
Bluelight Filter for Eye Care
sFilter - Blue Light Filter
You can try either of them and see how it works. I've tested way too many blue light filter apps thanks to my V20 (image retention) and those two were the best that I've found. There was one more made by Chinese developers, but I can't remember the name of the app.