A smartphone is a versatile device capable of solving a huge number of tasks. In particular, people read e-books, scroll the feed of social networks and study articles in the browser. All this negatively affects the condition of our eyes, because with prolonged use of the gadget, they get very tired, which ultimately leads to a decrease in vision. If you want to keep reading on your smartphone, but at the same time want to keep your eyes healthy, check out helpful tips.
People who are not too lazy to study the Android settings have probably met the reading mode there. The very name of the option suggests that it should turn a mobile device into a reader that is safe for the eyes.
Most often, the reading mode on the phone only changes the color scheme to a warmer one. The same, by the way, do glasses for the computer. Reducing the blue level and the predominance of warm shades does not reduce eyestrain, but it helps our body produce melatonin, which allows us to fall asleep faster. It turns out that there is a certain benefit from the reading mode on Android, and therefore it makes sense to turn it on:
You can also set up scheduled reading mode, which is extremely useful for people who constantly lose their biological clock. Turn on the activation of warm shades in the evening, and then it will be easier for you to fall asleep while reading a book on your phone at night.
By the way, some Xiaomi devices have a more advanced version of the reading mode. It not only changes the color palette to a warmer one, but also adds a paper texture. If you have the simplest device in your hands, even without the basic Android reading mode, you can either calibrate the smartphone screen or install Blue Light Filter.