Many prefer the hours of the night to read as quite a few are those who do it from their mobile devices, in particular, from the Google Play Books (or simply Play Books) apps for iOS and Android.
Well, the virtual store and official application of books that Google offers us, has incorporated a characteristic practice to protect our eyes when reading at that time. It is a new night reading mode called night light, available in its latest version, which will automatically adjust the colors of the screen and decrease its brightness intelligently.
Basically, what it will be to filter the blue light from the screen, gradually, to replace it with a warm amber light, a shade much less aggressive to the eyes. The thing about gradually is because the app will determine the location of the user and the time they are reading in order to make the pertinent changes for that precise moment, making the reading smoother the more you see the image later on. make. Adjustments also include changes in screen brightness, which is particularly useful in low-light spaces.
Of course, in terms of the configuration necessary to have night light, just press on the button with the TO present at the top right of Play Books and used to define the reading layout; Just below the small panel to adjust the brightness, the new option can be activated instantly.
The new feature is present as of version 3.7.45 of Play Books, so it remains to visit the Play Store or the App Store to get the update. For Android, if it still does not appear and waiting is not considered, in APKMirror you can get the respective APK file to force the installation and update.
More information: Official Android blog