3.9
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About this app

Iris is the popular software for eye protection, health and productivity.

This Iris mini is totally free and super minimalistic.

You only have 1 button to Start and Pause the application. I find this super cool and other screen filter apps are too bloated for me.

This version for Android works with Screen overlay and it lowers your screen blue light and brightness for better sleep and less eye pain automatically when it's working.
Updated on
Dec 19, 2018

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3.9
1.14K reviews
Bryce Boyer
September 20, 2020
Good somewhat, doesn't crash, but lacking customization which really destroys this app for me. On Android 10 it doesn't filter on top consistently leading to some rather harsh blue light exposure when using the task bar or any overlays. The app itself has one setting, on/off OR, show notification. That's it. It's dumb simple but twighlight beats it by a mile, or ten.
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Ingrid
August 25, 2020
Fantastic addition to my Android phone. Diminishes blue light and gives peace of mind that eye strain is being limited. Does dull screen brightness but the relief of headaches and tired eyes is worth it. Though it's set to automatically start after reboot, it still doesn't and I have to remember to manually start it every time. That's the only little disadvantage. Highly recommend Iris mini!
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Adele H
May 19, 2020
It works fine... except it doesn't work on anything that is above the homescreen on an android phone such as the slide down menu and when facebook chats make that little circle widget. This is pretty frustrating as you need the slide down menu and notification bar to do many things and every time it exposes you to blue light. This is like putting sunscreen only on the bottom half of your body, it's just not fully effective.
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What's new

Fix Iris mini to work on Android 7.0+