F.lux is finally ready to be introduced on Android. One of the most popular color temperature balancing display for computer and mobile devices is now available for download, according to TechCrunch.
Android is set for all your F.lux needs, but reports have indicated that users need to still have a rooted phone to use the application. TechCrunch shared that even though F.lux is an in-demand application, it?s worth noting that mobile platforms are already creating their own ?nighttime modes?, which include the iOS 9.3 ?Night Shift,? Amazon Fire tablet ?Blue Shade? and Android N ?Night Mode.?
F.lux is supposedly a ?staple? for computers and mobile devices, such as Mac, Windows and Linux. It?s main purpose is set the correct temperature on your screen to keep your eyes from straining and help you out until the end of the day, The Next Web reported.
The transition of other mobile operating systems should keep F.lux at the top of its game since the future of the app may be at stake, according to TechCrunch. However, what?s better about the current F.lux is it has certain features that allows you to make schedules, adjust lighting preferences and control color conditions.
The app was recently released in November as an ?open-source? version for the Apple iOS, but it was surprisingly removed after violating Apple?s Developer agreement, TechCrunch reported.
F.lux is available for rooted Marshmallow and Lollipop devices. The app is also currently available in the Android N preview and should be available to the public once Google unveils their latest Android N to users, LifeHacker shared.
You can download the F.lux for free on Google Play.
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