Fixed my flickering S5 screen I've recently learned that AMOLED screens (used in Galaxy S5) have a flicker when brightness is turned down to a certain level, usually under 5%. The screen jumps around, turns yellowish green and gray. Needless to say, my phone did these very badly and with zero accidents. This filter fixed that, thank you. Is there a way to replace the factory brightness slider with this one? If not, how about a dual slider option in the drop down menu? Opening the app each time is taxing. But above all I'm very thankful.
Good but 1 more thing... I find it very very convenient to be able to lower the display brightness so much for the evening /night time. It's really very dark. Perfect! But it would be nice to be able to save different settings as "profiles" to have presets for different situations. And the soft keys are still bright on my Sony Xperia z3 compact
Love this app My bf works early and goes to sleep before me. This way I can still be on phone and don't wake him up, or mess up my own sleep cycle with a bright screen
Almost Perfect 😛 For screen dimming look no further, however for larger phones the softkeys are just as blinding. This has never worked on my phones softkeys. I have to use another app to hide them which is a pita.
Works really well. For who use their phones in dark especially during nights, this app comes really handy to dim the screen brightness. Even though you put your phone in the lowest brightness, you feel that the screen is still bright. So this app helps to solve this problem.
Nice features Free. Has a scheduler, doesn't want access to things it shouldn't need (like identity). Deducting 2 stars because the scheduler intentionally stops running on reboot. WTF?
We apologize for the recent crashes on startup! It appears to be happening inside Google Play Services, so we've implemented a temporary workaround until this is fixed. Please contact us by email if we can help out further! Thank you, the Digipom Team.
Night Mode Screen Dimmer: Lowers Screen Brightness, Protects Eyes, Saves Battery