Feeling left out on your Chromebook without F.lux? Here is a Chrome extension that lets you adjust color temperature!
I heard about F.lux on a group hangout with my Chrome buddies (hi guys!) while they were discussing about its debut on Android. And today, I am really happy to have found this Chrome extension (thanks Lifehacker!) that lets you almost the same thing on any Chromebook.
Over to the official description:
G.lux is an unofficial variation of F.lux, a desktop app that automatically changes the colour temperature of your monitor as the sun goes down. Monitors are typically daylight balanced, which can interfere with your sleep cycle when using them after sunset. The human brain wants to be ‘awake’ when it sees daylight, so the idea here is that we can change the screen colour temperature at night to a “tungsten” or orange-balanced colour.
As the developer notes in the features list, this app is useful for those who without administrative rights on Windows PCs, like say, work computer.
The main drawback of G.lux is that it doesn’t switch temperatures automatically, though the developer says that it’s “coming soon.”