Brilliant This should be a standard feature on all devices. Simple, unobtrusive, and so far very effective. My only regret is I didn't install something like this years ago. UPDATE: Just done a long drive at night and noticed there was MUCH less glare from my wife's mobile bleaching my night vision from the passenger side, and a hardly visible soft glow from the kids' tablets in the back. Much safer.
Such a shame... EDIT: Nevermind! EDIT: It was just a bug which, gladly, went away. Here are your five stars, darlings. As of the latest update, you can't set the screen as dim as it was... Too bad, I guess. It was a great app overall, but not anymore.
Excellent, fully configurable. Regular updates for enhancements and fixes. Updated again to 7.0 (double tap quick settings (Android 7.0) to display the settings dialog; exclude list now uses app stats on Android 6+ for more reliable auto-pausing (no need to allows Twilight's accessibility service any more)) from 6.9: "support for Android 7.0 Quick settings tile; option to filter navbar in landscape (experiemental); settings backup to Google Cloud; support for 7.0 notificatons". On HTC ONE [M7] Vofafone 4g, Android 5.0.2, Sense 6.0, SmartLauncher 3.24.10F(beta)
Very unresponsive sliders Sliders for changing colour, intensity and dimming seem very hit and miss. Sometimes taking many many seconds to react to changes in slider position. Running on a brand new S7 Edge.
Loved it The moment i got it i knew it was worth it. Not only does it make my phone screen dim and blue light free, but it also makes my eyes feel better! Thanks, and keep up the good work!
The introduction when First opening the app is mostly blue... great when opening the app when you need it... I've had my dose of blue light for the night in a few screens! :L - kind of counterintuitive is it not?
- support for Android 7.0 Quick settings tile
- option to filter navbar in landscape (experiemental)
- settings backup to Google Cloud
- support for 7.0 notificatons
- Quick setting dialog is cancellable
- allows 80% dim
- lower battery use when using "Hide notification when not filtering"
- several Philips HUE fixes - gradual light changes etc..
- fix in STOP and PAUSE for scheduled profiles
- fix for pause state after reboot