Top 5 Apps To Activate Night Mode Feature On Andriod Devices

- September 07, 2017
Andriod Night Mode

Many guys use their mobile device at night, and all know that using a mobile device at night without proper settings is very bad for your eyes and even for sleep even when you reduce the brightness to the minimum.

So in this tutorial, I’m going to be talking about how to activate the night mode feature on your Android device preferably. If your mobile device is running on Android Nougat OS then you can easily use the hidden Night mode feature. But, Android nougat is not running on majority of Android devices now. So, we have decided to share a cool trick on how to activate the Night mode feature on any android device (even nougat 😂😂).
The coolest part of this tutorial is you don’t need a rooted device because we are going to be using some free to use apps from the official Google Play Store which can enable the Night mode on your device in real time.
There are many apps available on the Play Store right now that allows you to enable the night mode. But, not all of them are well effective. Below I’m are going to list five apps, which will be very helpful to your eyes because it will help you to reduce the excessively bright screens at the night.
Before we list the apps, we want to tell you how to use these apps. The apps are so easy to use. Just download then you install the app, then set the filter opacity or Bluelight filter according to your want.

The Night screen app’s main goal is to reduce the brightness of your screen lower than you can achieve with the default settings. This application applies an overlay filter that acts as a dimmer to darken the screen. It helps to avoid a headache and eye pain in a dark environment or at night.
2) Blue Light Filter

Blue light filter is used to reduce the blue light by readjusting the screen to a natural color. Shifting your screen to night mode can relieve you of eyes strain, and your eyes will feel normal during night reading. Also, blue light filter will protect your eyes and help you sleep easily.

The Twilight app makes your device screen adapt to each time of the day. It filters the flux of blue light discharged by your phone or tablet after sunset and protects your eyes with a cool and pleasant red filter. The filter intensity is smoothly adjusted to the sun cycle based on your local sunset and sunrise times.

With Dimly you can easily decrease the brightness of your screen beyond the default lowest setting and block rays that might be harmful to your eyes. It’s cool for late night reading/gaming or general use of your device in low light surroundings.


Night Mode’s main goal is to reduce the brightness of your screen lower than you can achieve with the default settings. This application applies a filter that acts as a dimmer to darken your screen and make sure your eyes don’t hurt.

These are the top five apps that helps to reduce the brightness of your screen lower than you can achieve with it’s default settings.


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