On the off chance that you’ve ever spent a late night before a PC then you likely know it’s not the most eye-accommodating thing to do.
Fortunately, applications like f.lux, which change the shading temperature of presentations, have been around for quite a while to diminish eye strain. Presently, one Mac application is taking the idea to the following level by permitting you to change the display to any shading you need.
NightTone will be well known to any individual who has utilized f.lux on Mac or the Night Shift highlight in iOS 9. Like both of those, Night Tone permits you to change the shading temperature of your display. In any case, not at all like f.lux and Hight Shift, which just make the light pretty much orange, NightTone permits you to make the presentation any shaded light you need.
The $2.99 application lives in the Mac menubar. There you can turn it on or off, change the shade of your display and alter different settings. Like f.lux and Apple’s Night Shift, you can set a custom timetable for when you need it to enact and deactivate every day.
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