I like this app and use it often. However I'd change 3 things.... I wish I could get it on and daylight timer. I also wish I could make the screen a more amber color to use before bed so that the blue light won't effect my sleep. Lastly, it would be awesome if it could help battery usage by actually decreasing the light emitted, rather than putting a film/filter to appear as less light. Otherwise great app!
Turns blacks to greyscale If I turn any of the color sliders up even one mark my deep blacks start to get lighter n go grey scale. Adjusting the brightness and contrast only gives more of a grey scale feel. Also no matter how much I turn up the color sliders my reds greens n blues never get any more vibrant they stay the same. Not compatible with my cheap irulu ax109 tablet running 4.0.1 I guess.
colors look better I don't know about new phones, but my old android saturated colors way too much. without this app it looked unnatural. if you wanna decrease color it won't give you an option but slide the contrast bar and that decreases color so pages and pictures look more like they would on a normal computer.
Really great app! Just what we all need! This app is great because it allows us to change the hue of the screen thus allowing us to make our screens red light rather than white light. Red light doesn't affect the brain in the same way as white light does. The brain is stimulated by white light to stay awake so we don't get tired wen we should be because we're using our phones. Now we can use our phones late into the night without being as badly affected.
Works great on Asus Memo Pad 8 Netflix and other videos seem too dark, and the details are hard to see. Like dark hair and a dark suit against a park background at night, for example, would make everything sort of blend together. So all you'd be able to make out would be the face, white shirt, and hands. That's a gamma adjustment issue. In this app, just fiddle with the contrast setting, and suddenly all the heavy shadows are lightened. You can see details like you should be able to.
Screen Adjuster saved my Galaxy SII I have a Samsung GSII that I am actually pretty happy with in most aspects. The one exception is the screen. The factory default is several points too green and the contract is so high as to be bordering on cartoon. Thankfully Screen Adjuster was able to adjust it to something closer to natural. Kudos to Netman for providing such a simple and useful tool for free! The new version is better and improves the S4 colors greatly.
- stability issue fix
- navigation to the ad free version
- changed ad vendor, new permissions for non-invasive ads (no push, dialogs, etc.)
-new permissions for non-invasive ads
-the bug with apk installation cannot be fix due to it is related with the Android Package Manager