Why Using Night Mode on Your Phone Isn’t a Bright Idea

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Night mode is like an organic cheesecake. It sounds healthy except it’s not. Before we get into the hows and whys, however, we need to clear out some fog. We’re not talking about Dark Mode that comes with fancy white text on a black background. We’re talking about its ancestor.

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Nabil Alouani

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True masters are eternal students. nabil@nabilalouani.com

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