A new feature from Google’s Pixel phones is designed to help users sleep better.
Called “The Sleepy Spot,” it works by automatically adjusting the brightness of your screen based on your position, but only for a short period of time.
When you’re not looking at your phone, the feature adjusts your screen brightness, too.
To use it, simply swipe up from the bottom of your phone and then tap the Sleepy spot icon.
As long as you’re looking at the screen, the app will adjust the brightness to your location and then turn off automatically.
You can also use the Sleepys to get a quick night’s sleep, though the feature only adjusts brightness for a limited period of the night.
Google’s feature is part of the Pixel’s “night mode” which means it adjusts brightness to stay on throughout the night and then turns it off once you’re asleep.
Google has said that the feature should work with the Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as the Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel XL 2, and Pixel 3 XL, although there is no word on whether it will work with all three.
There is a small catch with this feature though, which is that it only works for a brief period of times.
Once it’s off, it has to be turned back on again.
To check if you have this feature enabled, open the Google Pixel app, tap the Settings icon, then tap About and finally tap Settings.
In the “About” section, tap “Night Mode.”
Select “Night mode” in the drop-down menu, then scroll down to “Enable night mode.”
You can find this option in the Settings app, as shown in the image below.
To enable it, tap on “Enable Night mode.”
Once you’re finished, tap or hold down the “Enable” button to turn the feature off.
You’ll then need to turn it back on after it’s turned off, though.
Google says that the Sleepies will not work if you’re using a headset with headphones, as the feature is designed for “hands-free use.”