Google was pretty busy today, announcing new features and promos for Android Pay, new watch faces for Android Wear, data-only support for Project Fi, and new Google Now on Tap features. The new Google goodness doesn’t stop there, though, because now the company has announced some more new features for its Android apps.
First up, Google Play Books is gaining a feature called Night Light, which will gradually filter out the blue light from your screen and replace it with an amber light as it gets later and later in the evening. This will make reading the screen easier on your eyes and allow you to fall asleep easier at night.
Once you’ve updated to the newest version of Google Play Books on Android or iOS, you can enable Night Light by launching a book and then selecting the Night Light option that appears. Once you do, it’ll always adjust your screen for easier night reading.
Meanwhile, the Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets apps for Android and iOS are getting templates. These templates will help you get started on creating documents for specific purposes, such as a résumé or a budget plan. To get started on creating a document using a template, launch the Docs, Sheets, or Slides app, hit the + button in the bottom corner, and then select “Choose template.”