Works great on Android 7 (Nougat). What's a shame is that, since it is an overlay and quite simply isn't smart enough beyond that, on AMOLED screens it turns RGB 255 into a red tint. The end result? A portion of the screen that would otherwise not be illuminated, is pointlessly illuminated and therefore wastes power. Since no light has no effect on the receptors in the eye, no light is good. Until Twilight can somehow incorporate an overlay on active parts of the screen and leave inactive parts of the screen off, this app is not something I want contributing to the loss of battery life.
You really don't realize how much an unfiltered phone screen hurts your eyes until you've been using this for a while and pause it. This is a must-have for mobile users.
Sceen overlay is a problem because it hurts my eyes to pause twilight when it is night (I HATE THE SCREEN OVERLAY PROBLEM AND I WISH I HAD ANDROID 7!!)
The timer doesn't work. For instance, it's 1 am and I have it set to automatically dim from sun down to sun rise. But each night I have to manually reset the app.
I like not damaging my eyes. This app lets you control the intense high frequency light volumes associated with retinal damage and blah blah.
Tried alternative many apps, but this is the GREATEST and mantained this status over the almost 2 years i've had installed this. Good job!
- 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)
- support for Android 7.0 Quick settings tile
- option to filter navbar in landscape (experimental)
- settings backup to Google Cloud
- support for 7.0 notifications
- Quick setting dialog is cancellable
- allows 80% dim