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‘F.lux’ Offers Reduced Eye-strain when using iPhone at Night

Finally, after being waiting for a long time, the popular OS X app has made its way into the iOS. The f.lux recently surfaced for the iPhone, though not straight through the App Store.

F.lux

The f.lux is a very useful app that becomes really handy by automatically adjusting the color temperature of your screen, eventually reducing the eye-strain remarkably.

Unluckily, the f.lux has very rare chances to get its way to the official App Store because of its design and setup. However, the team behind this significant utility has been able to find protection on Cydia.

Once you have installed this app on your device, you will get four setting options for adjusting light. You can choose any of the four lighting settings based on your environment. After being installed on your device for a while, the utility will automatically adjust the color temperature of your iPhone display so as to make it relaxing in the reduced light or at night.


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Another interesting of this utility has explained to us by the team suggesting that the color temperature has a direct effect on a person’s quality of sleep particularly after using device. The team behind f.lux says that the appropriate color temperature will help increase the quality of your sleep at night.

One more thing I would prefer you that if you have not yet tried the f.lux on your Mac, just give it a try. You will definitely love the way it works. I hope the iOS version of this utility will equally be useful like Mac version.

You can enjoy this utility for free on both Mac and iPhone platforms. You need to have a jailbroken iPhone so that you can install this tweak on your device by going to Cydia. Don’t forget to give your comments on how you find f.lux.

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