Works well Will this app save power on an IPS display? It's not my main reason for using it but would be nice if it did. Thanks!
poor -doesnt dim soft button keys at all -doesnt automatically work on phone reboot. -its nice that it goes below 20% light though...thats why i ll keep it.
Doesn't work Doesn't work with my phone, as a strip on the screen with the back, home, and menu buttons at the bottom (these are still part of the screen) are not dimmed. They can be dimmed with the phone's actual brightness control, so I know the app just isn't doing this for whatever reason.
I'll give it a 5 star if it gets a better Tasker integration and you correct this 'bug': using Google Now Launcher (on Paranoid Android) with the transparent navbar, the background of the navbar isn't dimmed by the app. (I'm not talking about the buttons)
Pro colour of filter sucks Great app except putting a colour filter on just adds that colour e.g. green filter makes black look green! Black should be black and white should be green???. It makes the display brighter! On amoled it looks terrible in anything except black. Good old in app purchases so I cant rate your paid version different and no refunds.
Works great! I'm using the 4x1 widget, very handy. Was always annoyed that minimum brightness, whether on Auto or manually set, was still REALLY bright at night or indoors and more than is needed when just checking the time or for notifications. I have an S4, which has an AMOLED screen so apparently this may save battery power too, but it's too early to say this yet.
Hotfix concernig pro users (thanks for reporting errors).
Added opacity transition [PRO].
Swipe has been updated too, check it out! (Android > 3.0).
Added Tasker support.
You can now toggle the Silent Mode in the donator version.
Some small fixes.
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Enhanced notification : click on the brightness icon to stop Screen Dimmer or click on the progress bar to change the filter's opacity.
Some bug fixes.