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How to Tint Your iPhone Screen to Look More Saturated
Android smartphone owners have similar options, just navigate to Settings > Accessibility > Color correction. Like iOS, you’ll see three options
The almighty image filter has shown us just how powerful the slightest image tweak can be. You may not know it, but your iPhone is capable of doing the same color-tweaking for its entire display.
Reddit user Pretentious_Fella points out that its easy to give an iPhone’s colors more “pop.” Apple has included this feature for users who may be color blind, but anyone can head to the Settings app and access these options.
Simply navigate toward General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations, and then switch Color Filters to the on position. From here, make sure to choose the Blue/Yellow filter, and enjoy your fresh (albeit artificial) coat of paint. That said, the tweak might not please everyone, and you may find you like more purplish-blues and neon greens (don’t worry, the changes won’t show up in screenshots).
Android smartphone owners have similar options, just navigate to Settings > Accessibility > Color correction. Like iOS, you’ll see three options for color adjustments. Play around and pick what you like—if anything.
If you want to adjust your desktop or laptop’s colors, you have even more options. On a Mac, the Display section of the System Preferences will have the options you need (under Color). If you’re on Windows, the Ease of Access section of Settings will let you choose your desired colors (under Color filters).