How to Change the Hue of Night Light on your Pixel 3
Google’s version of Android has come a long way from the initial days of the Nexus phones. While the underlying OS is no doubt much better and more functional that it was in the past, Google also includes useful features that change the way we use our device. For example, these days, to make it easier to look at your Pixel phone in dim light, you can reduce your screen’s blue color.
It is well known that blue light can make it harder to fall asleep and things are no different on your Pixel 3 device. Night light aims to reduce the blue light from the display to make it better for viewing at night, reducing the brightness and the strain on your eyes. It looks a lot like iPhone’s Night Shift mode or the popular f.lux app for desktop by applying this blue light screen filter so that your phone will stop sending the wrong signals to your brain.
I bet that you also want your screen to adjust to your eyes. You already know that you can find all the controls into our phone’s settings, with more options to enjoy than ever. You may now customize when this happens, with automatic sunset to sunrise being an option or even to change the hue of Night Light.
Yes, you’ve heard it right. If you want to change the colour tone of Night Light, you can now do it. Just head into the settings and follow the operation here presented:
How to Change the Hue of Night Light on your Pixel 3:
- At first, head into Settings;
- Then, it’s time to find the way into the Display menu in Settings;
- Go to Night Light;
- Now, feel free to change the intensity. If you find yourself regularly turning it off because it’s too yellow, you could probably make it better with a hue tweak here.
You know better than anyone what intensity suits you better! Just let me know if you need more help from the AndroidFlagship team!