Android Bedtime Mode

Your phone can make it hard to get a good night’s sleep. Notifications and messages can be bothersome and the bright light of the screen can overstimulate you and make it harder to go to sleep.

Thankfully, Android offers a Bedtime Mode under the Digital Wellbeing settings.

Start by opening Settings. On my phone I swipe down from the top and then tap the Settings gear.

Scroll down and tap on Digital Wellbeing and parental controls.

Scroll down and tap on Bedtime Mode.

Bedtime mode mutes calls and notification and changes the screen to grayscale to give your eyes a rest. Move the slider switch to schedule.

Here’s what the screen looks like.

Then set up your schedule. The default time is 10 pm to 7 am but you can adjust to suit your preferences by tapping on the days and times.

One thought on “Android Bedtime Mode

  1. This must be a setting on newer model phones? My phone is 2 years old and don’t have that setting. I set mine to silent between 10 and 7. my settings go from advanced and the next option is battery/device care

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