Absolutely love it, better than Lux Absolutely the best auto brightness! I used to use Lux, but switched to Velis and I'm never looking back. Lux was killer on my phone's memory, Velis is much better, never spikes my phone's memory. There is also a limitation of Android when you're approving app permissions that you cannot have the auto brightness on (they call it a screen overlay). With Velis, there's a little button in the notification shade to quickly disable it. With Lux, that disable is hidden way in the advanced settings.
Saved the day - almost Oneplus 3 has a terrible auto brightness setting, with the screen consistently too bright and irresponsive. Velis was a great free replacement. Settings and widget could be a bit more user friendly (especially the ambient to screen brightness curve editing), but awesome app overall. EDIT I spoke too soon... Every 2-3 days the app ceases to function, leaving me with a super bright or ultra dim display, and forcing me to reinstall. Rebooting doesn't solve. What a pity
Best one so far! Nasty looking icon and old Android vibe interface. But the execution is nothing short than perfect. With the correct settings you'll have the absolute pin point amount of brightness at any given time. With a non linear variation! It simply works. Rare thing now a days.
Great I have Samsung J7 which doesn't come with an ambient light sensor. This app is being very helpful by functioning with the use of secondary camera instead of the light sensor. Still I'm having difficulties in making fine adjustments in advanced settings, but I'm sure I will get used to it soon. It's free! Strongly recommend!
Just as cappy as the brightness adjuster my tablet came with Selected custom and worked for maybe a total of three minutes (if that) and then decided it knew better and auto adjusted it to what it wanted. If I wanted it to do that I would use the adjuster the tablet came with 🙁 Tried to change it back but it just changes back to what it wants. Uninstalled this pointless useless app.
One of the best - suggestion though. When I'm outside walking with my sunglasses on I have a difficult time reading with the brightness level. I'd rather not have it set to brighter all of the time because I want to conserve battery. If there was a way to enable a "sunglasses mode" when outside I'd appreciate it.