🚛 Smaller package and do more in the Android Dark Mobile web browser

New Android logo to show the update for the App Bundle

We released recently a new major update for Android, and you can do much more in a much smaller package. The size of the Android App Bundle is saved up to 58,4%. You can download the ‘Turn Off the Lights for Mobile’ app from the Google Play Store for just 22MB.

Android Dark Mobile web browser that have an app size saving of 58.4% in the Android App Bundle
Google Play Console for the ‘Turn Off the Lights for Mobile’ Android app

The “Turn Off the Lights for Mobile” is a free and high-quality Android Dark Mobile web browser. That has everything a regular web browser has but the user-interface in a dark theme. And with the option to convert each website in your personal Night Mode version of it. So you have a better web browsing experience for your eyes. Just like in the Turn Off the Lights browser extension.

What is new in the Android Dark Mobile web browser?

Background engine

The “Turn Off the Lights for Mobile” app is rewritten from Java to the Kotlin language. That makes this dark mobile web browser has a better performance than ever before. Thereby is everything web experience smoother and safer with the latest Chromium engine.

Front End interface

The user interface is the same as the previous version. A swipe to the right to brings your bookmarks, and a script from left is your open tabs page. And in the overview tab page, there is now an option to open back your default homepage.

So do wait any longer, you can download the update now from the Google Play Store. That for Android 23 and higher. Get it Now!

If you have feedback to improve this unique dark mobile web browsing experience. You can always contact us on the Turn Off the Lights Support page. Furthermore, if you like this amazing update do not forget to rate this app to 5 stars. To support our work, and let other users know about this stunning app.

Tired Eyes from Screen-Gazing? 5 Tips That Will Help

Tired eyes

If you work in front of a computer all day, you know exactly what we’re talking about. Tired, strained eyes can absolutely ruin a viewing experience.

Have you been looking forward to a new show all day and now your eyes are too tired to get through it?

Relax. We’ve got 5 tips to help you deal with your tired eyes.

Tips for Tired Eyes

  1. The Classic Cold Water Splash

Splashing cold water on your face isn’t just invigorating. The cold water reduces blood flow to your eyes, hence reducing inflammation.

If you’re at home and relaxing, then splashing cold water on your tired eyes might not seem appealing. A cool, damp wash cloth or even a bag of frozen peas can still accomplish the same thing.

You’ll be back to your YouTube video in no time.

  1. The 20×3 Method

Every twenty minutes, look twenty feet away for twenty seconds. This is the 20-20-20 method of temporary eye-strain relief. If needed, set an alarm to remind yourself to do this until you can get into a habit.

Staring at a screen all day, you probably aren’t blinking as often as you should You focus for too long on one small screen that’s only 1-2 feet in front of you. It takes your eyes approximately 20 seconds to relax.

Doing this three times an hour throughout the day should be enough to keep your eyes moist and will also help strengthen them.

  1. Lighting

Lighting creates stimulation of our minds and bodies. That’s why it exists. You sleep at night and when the sun comes up, so do you.

This is why our office buildings and computer screens stay lit up during use. You walk by a store and if the lights are off, they’re closed. Right?

Lights. Awake/on/open/here. No lights. Sleep/off/closed/go away.

We’ve been programmed to think this way since birth. The difference is that we are staying awake longer, getting less sleep, and spending more time in front of LED screens.

To combat this, reduce lighting in rooms when you can. When it’s time to sleep make sure all of the LED lights in your room are off or covered. You can reduce the blue light levels on your computer screen and dim the lights as well.

  1. Breaks

We realize you don’t need any extra reasons to take a break. However, getting up a couple of times an hour to walk around will help with more than your eyes.

Boost your creativity and get a few minutes of exercise by breaking up your day. A break will also reduce stress and lower potential for a job-related accident.

  1. Workout

Ever heard of eye yoga? These exercises can help tired eyes by strengthening the muscles around your eyes.

Instructors claim that eye yoga has similar benefits as regular yoga, such as a calmer mind and improved concentration.

Wrapping it Up

At Turn Off the Lights, we know your eyes need a break.

That’s why we created a completely free product that dims the lighting of your phone, desktop, or browser to give your tired eyes the best possible YouTube experience.

If you haven’t tried our service, you’re truly missing out. While this product is free, we do accept donations to continue providing an awesome and free service to anyone who’s interested.