Some people here needs to learn... This DOES NOT save battery unless you have an AMOLED display. It does not lower the backlight in LCD screens, it just aply a darkening effect.
Favorite utility app. I use this app every day for a multitude of purposes. 1) At night so the screen doesn't kill my retinas checking messages after my eyes have adjusted to dark. 2) In movie theaters so I can still use my phone throughout the movie without bothering anyone. 3) Anytime I need to save battery. Etc. I keep it set at 18%. Only problem is that sometimes the filter doesn't apply to the keyboard, hence 4 stars.
Not really reduce backlight it's true that it make your screen dimmer, but not reduce backlight brighness level, so imho not reduce power consumption. If you enable developer option and check on option "show touches" you'll see that the real backlight brightness is still high
Great app Probably the best screen filter in app store although its dangerous to accidentally adjust your brightness to 0% I removed my battery so I can open my phone again, maybe you should not put 0% there. Just a suggestion but I would appreciate you replying ^_^
Little bug install On xiaomi mi3 it doesn't detect the app on the running apps once you clean the apps it close and went back to normal light. So it can't not be locket to prevent it
Works as Promised So far it does what the developers promised. If I check my Samsung Note2 in the evening or late at night, the screen no longer illuminates the entire room and my wife doesn't notice. Thanks for a simple, functional tool.
- Fixes for KitKat
- Nicer status icon
- Updated UI theme
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- Clicking "install" in Android Market/Google Play does not work when filter is on
- Soft-key backlight control does not work on all phones
- Brightness pulses slightly when switching activities