Many of you are probably familiar with an application called f.lux, but for those that are not, it's a useful application that can change the color temperature of your display depending on the time of day for the best effect on your eyes to prevent eye strain.

The developers behind f.lux have announced recently that the application's most recent public beta has gained additional support for OS X Yosemite. The application can now tap into the new Dark Mode feature that's built into the operating system and enable it by the time sunset strikes so that your eyes can start getting used to the darker colors by the time nightfall comes around.

The latest beta also fixes some bugs that were present in earlier versions of the OS X Yosemite beta of f.lux.

If you would be interested in grabbing this software for your OS X Yosemite machine, the developers behind f.lux are offering the beta version of the software on their Web site at this link.

If you're interested in having Dark Mode enabled all the time, instead of only during sunset and later, then check out our guide at this link on how to enable the feature in OS X Yosemite.

Sources: f.lux