The app does a good job with what it does with the screen, readable and all. But... According to my power monitor it actually used 14mAh more current when used at grid 4 (Max saving). Mostly a 1-2% higher load on the GPU offsets the screen savings. So, it seems, you're using a tiny bit more power for a much scrappier screen. Suggest instead, jet black wallpaper. Galaxy S4.
I understand the thinking on how it should work, any pixel on an amoled screen uses power, make every other pixel black and you use less power. Would like to see some benchmarks to know just how effective the app is. Feature wise, I think there needs to be more conditional options as to when it's enabled. For example between certain hours, and if your screen brightness is below a certain value on top of the included battery level condition. Probably worth noting that a side effect of using this (at least on a galaxy s6) is that there is significant banding on any smooth gradients on the screen. Probably unavoidable based on the way the app works.
Maybe I'm not doing this right but it seems straight forward. It's not disabling my black pixels (I have amoled) and the mesh is too low a resolution for my phone. It looks horrible when I apply it..
Works perfect on my pixel, wondering if it is possible to set multiple auto start tasks. For example, I want to use mesh 1 when my battery >80%, use mesh 2 when >60%, use mesh 3 when>40%...
had the app less than a minute and uninstalling now due to not being able to disable the location collection as stated in the description of the app
It really works on my note 3 battery has been better recommend to use this app who have been using amoled display
Fix Force Close when starting service from shortcut
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