Is there any way I can adjust my screen's color temperature to create the same effect on Android?
There are a fair few blue light filter apps on the Play Store that may suit your needs. The exact features will vary, but they all fit the general scheme of allowing you to adjust the color temperature of your screen.
Additionally, if your device is rooted, you can actually use f.lux nowadays.
NeyetLight looks like it would do the trick.
Twilight works well, although it's just a screen filter, it's automated and very similar to f.lux if you move the color temp to the right more
I love it although it does look terrible, it's all we have, and I am not going to root my phone just to have a true color temp change that's insane, plus it voids my warranty which I need to have and rooting is insanely difficult, DO NOT tell me it's easy i've read the instructions for it -- it's NOT EASY
You can try the Screen Filter app.
Current builds of CyanogenMod have a feature called LiveDisplay. It's very similar to f.lux, automatic changes in the evening and all. It actually changes the color temperature of the screen; it's not an overlay.
It can be turned on from
Display & lights >
Display mode >
Screen Adjuster by Netman that allows you to control the red tint on the phone.
We have developed an app to adjust the screen temperature. It has no ads, over 200 good reviews, and small file size.
Bluelight Filter is a tiny utility (just 86kb!) to reduce the harmful effect of blue light emitted by smartphones & tablets. Blue light interferes with the sleep hormone production of our body and affects sleep.
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It doesn't provide red tint, but for late night, ultra-dim reading I use adjBrightness. It does require a rooted device.
Twilight automatically makes the screen redder at night, with options for color temperature, intensity, and brightness. It has a nice Material design too.
Lux Lite (free) or Lux Auto Brightness ($3.80)
From Lux Dash > Triple star icon, you can enable/disable Night Mode and change Night Mode's color temperature. Automatic color temperature changing at sunset requires the paid version.