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Monday, March 28, 2022

A useful application to find out hoe much your mobile screen damage your eyes

 A  useful application to find out hoe much your mobile screen damage your eyes  


1. f.lux

If you can’t give up scrolling through your  before , you need f.lux. The program change the amount  blue light emitted from your screen based on  time of day—crisp and bright in the morning, and a reddish, golden hue the evening. It’s one trick  get you to feel sleepy while  looking at a screen. (Mac, Windows, Linux, iPhone/iPad)

2. Twilight

Haven’t jumped on  iPhone bandwagon? Similar f.lux, Twilight will alter the hue of emitted from your device based on your local sunrise and sunset times on  devices. (Android)


 your screen’s hue even further. Instead of using your local sunrise cycle to adapt brightness, uses your computer’s webcam to capture data on your light environment at any given time and adjust your  brightness accordingly. (Mac, Windows, Linux)


This Chrome extension is  great way to stick to the 20-20 rule. The program remind you every 30 minutes to look at something 20 feet away for 20 second. You even  the prompts to include eye exercises for each break. (Chrome)

5. Time Out

For those of us chained to desk all day,    necessity. Enter  Out. The app will automatically fade your screen  give you a 20-minute break every hour and a -second break every 10 minute. You can  program app to play soothing music during each break. And never fear workaholic, you can always skip a break if you  be interrupted. 


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6. Ergonomics

Now that you’ve got eyes in tip-top shape, don’t forget about the rest your body. Sitting at a desk all day certainly takes its toll, but Ergonomic is here to help. The app provides desk-friendly  and even periodic adjustment to your computer set-up. Stretch away for a less-strained,  self. (iOS)


Sometimes visiting a wan feel like you’ve walked into Time Square with the overload of busy ads and full-screen photo.  is an extension that takes out all of the extra (yes, even those talking ads) and gives you  clean white page with all you need: the text. 

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