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Description

Night Screen is created for those people who spend a lot of time at night working.

Limit your exposure to energy-efficient lighting before bed. In addition to the LED screens in your electronics, energy-efficient lighting emits a lot of blue light.

Exposure to blue light before you go to bed significantly affects your sleep quality, because it prevents your body from releasing melatonin, a chemical in your body that helps you sleep.

Night Screen help neutralises the blue light emitted by LCD and LED screens, and it will change the color of your screen, which will reduce the amount of blue light your screen emits, helping you to sleep better, reduce eye strain and helps you to focus on the most important things on the screen.

Whether you're in a low-light environment or reading long documents, changing black text on a white background to white text on a black background can make a difference in your comfort level, provides better screen visibility when in sunlight, without having to increase the screen’s brightness.

Just set the desired time and the application will automatically start for you, so you will not forget to start every time before you go to sleep.

For those who use Night Screen please leave us a feedback.

◆◆◆ Bug Fix & Feature Request ◆◆◆ 

If you have any problem, please email us at tamas.raresiuliu@yahoo.com / carmen.simoc@yahoo.com. Thank you!
We will fix bugs and add features for you as soon as possible.


Night Screen features:

- Turn on/off Night Screen
- Automatic turn on
- Control the amount of color filtering applied
- Control dim level
- Invert screen colors
- Start at login
- No internet required
- Friendly user interface
- Easy to use and very useful

Information

Provider
Tamas Iuliu
Size
4 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility

OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Tamas Rares
Price
¥18.00

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.