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.
WAS 5-Star Until the 7-2016 Marshmallow Update After the July, 2016 Marshmallow Update (on Galaxy S5) this app has to be turned off to make program changes. Now when you try to access app settings you get "Screen Overlay Detected" notice that doesn't work until you turn off Velis' Auto Brightness. I personally will go to the trouble of doing so, because I have not found a better alternative to this app.
Doesn't allow max brightness on Note 3 Nice features, and works well at low and medium light levels, but doesn't enable max brightness level this device is capable of - either manually or automatically.
Excellent, no noticeable issues and incredibly customizable. However, really needs some tweaks to the manual editing screen. Too many decimal points to be sensible, suggest truncating, and being able to see the graph would be great. Separate fields or columns for the light level and brightness might be nice, so would a single 'delete point' button, perhaps in its own column.
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!
Love it, but want to override the curve to be linear if I want ultimate control. Also I want the option to reduce brightness even more, with a screen filter. The lowest brightness is still too much at night