I use this every night. Works great and lets me sleep after a late night Youtube binge. The only issue is, I adjust the volume quite often, and the volume control panel shows up over the filter, and this isn't dimmed. Blinds you and feels like it's undoing all of that circadian rythm smoothing goodness. Is it possible to have that filtered too? Understandable if it's not possible, but something to consider if it's doable. Rooted Note 5 on 6.0.1
There are so many blue light filters to choose from, many with invasive permissions. This one is very light on that spyware crap, which is important to me... reason #1 to download it, but it's comprehensive functionality is what truly sets it apart from the rest. It has plenty of sensible colors to choose from, along with many features lacking on other blue light filters too numerous to list here. The unique, customizable (size and transparency) widget offers instant access to quick on and off, and the opacity can be adjusted from the status bar. I have literally tried 20+ blue light filters, and none compare to this one. The free version is good enough, and I use a universal ad blocker so that wasn't an issue for me, but I purchased it anyway to thank the developer(s) for such exceptional work.
Hell yeah, my eye pain STOPPED moment I turned this on.It will go on all my devices! Thank you so much for this app.My eyes are thanking you.I love the floating vidget that can turn on and off app.
Not stable with any of Google developped apps ! Serves the actual purpose almoooost fine ! The icon or widgets lacks pixel quality, but that makes the app so lite. Loved it. But needs inprovement in case of getting paused sometimes.
It works, which is quite amazing; since most apps are bug-ridden or poorly engineered, like the Android OS that is socialistic in that it does not like you to have much control (the usually non-functiknal "overlay" feature alone has me looking at an iPhone). So it may be that the problems people experience with apps is rather an Android problem.
It's a nice one click solution, but on the Google pixel the filter pacify and screen brightness sliders are backwards. It took me ages to figure out why they weren't working but they work, they are just labeled incorrectly.
- v1.2.4 ~ v1.2.7 : Bug Fix
- v1.2.3 : Memory Improvement
- v1.2.2 : Filter opacity adjust unit setting Function
Shortcut creation function
- v1.1.0 ~ v1.1.2
Sort by Notification Function
Adjust Widget alpha function
Adjust screen dimmer function