It's simple, stable and works The stock auto brightness function on my LG G3 is set too dark. The alternative was to manually adjust it several times a day. I then used Lux Auto Brightness and whilst I liked the option to create my own light profile for different conditions, it began crashing periodically. I switched to this app and found it to be simple and more stable. I installed it, switched it to 'Auto' and have had no issues since. It effectively does the job of controlling screen brightness which is exactly what i need it to do.
Good app. Reliable. This is a good app that does exactly what you expect it to. The one thing that might be nice to have would be the ability to choose your own presets. For instance, because of the ambient light level in my office, I prefer to keep the brightness level at 18% instead of 25%. Another suggestion would be the ability to set the brightness to negative levels. I keep another app on my phone for that one feature and have to switch back and forth. These are both "nice to have"s so I'm still giving 5 stars.
Good but needs more control This is a good app but could be better. Icon is a bit big, but that's a minor issue. The main thing is the lowest setting is only 25% and I want it lower. I'd hoped you'd be able to set it but doesn't appear to so going to uninstall and use stock Android power bar. Just not right for me but it is still good.
Simplicity in Perfection I find the auto-brightness to be inadequate on my Samsung S4, and changing the brightness is too involved. This simple little app puts brightness control into your hands, and requires only two touches to activate the app, select the desired brightness, and close the app again. You can also select and defeat auto-brightness through this app any time. A slide bar let's you easily select a brightness level not found in the predefined buttons. Simply perfect little app.
VERY nice... but a small addition or change This app is wonderful, with one small exception. Similar to what some others have said, it would be nice to have a slightly different selection of brightness choices. What I would TRULY like to see, is some way for the user to be able to set the percentages on the selection choices. Something along the lines of maybe when you select and hold the choice for a few seconds, you could then set the brightness level for that button. Or possibly just another button, that would allow the user to set up what percentages the main selections would be. I know, it may be more complicated than what I think it would be... but it would really make this a true 5 star app for me... and in the end... isn't my opinion the only one that matters? :)
Galaxy tab has built-in function that allows you to select auto brightness and then set the relative brightness that the screen will try to produce in any ambient lighting situation. This is great. This widget not only doesn't have that function but disables it on the tablet. ITS AUTO FUNCTION IS WAY DIM, USELESS. All I want is a widget that takes me immediately to the tabs own brightness settings, which are more versatile. Also, WHY DOES THE WIDGET, LIKE ALL CURVE FISH PRODUCTS, NEED FILE & IDENTITY PERMISSIONS???