Its a good idea, I do enjoy a little bit more saturation in my displays. The framerate goes down slightly while I use it. Also, the saturation would change multiple times before stabilizing when changing screens.
The colors are perfect, I even prefer them to "Saturated" mode from the November update. But in Optimized mode, you get some flickering sometimes as it seems to recolor constantly. The non-optimized mode colors every single frame, but this reduces framerate, especially noticeable while switching apps.
A damn fine better job than Google was able to do with either of their "vivid" or "saturated" color modes. There is a negligible performance hit, but to squeeze the extra goodness out of those pixels is soooo sweet. Highly recommend.
Works really good and really brings out the faded colors. The only thing idk if it's just me but it feels like the battery life drains a little faster now
It's a nice app. It's better than the pixel 2 xl's colour profiles. However, I'm experiencing a small glich, it seems. When I'm looking at the desktop, the layer this app adds seems to get deactivated a few seconds after touching the screen. I've already disabled battery optimization for this app etc. Cheers.
Updated 11/20: Does what it says on the tin. I like it better than the new "Saturated" option that Google introduced with the November update, which I find too garish. A little extra saturation wouldn't hurt, maybe as an option. The main problem is that Optimized mode causes colors to flicker back and forth between normal and "colorized" in apps such as Gmail and Google Photos. It also doesn't work well with the launcher: colors seem to revert to normal after a while. Turning Optimized mode off solves this issue, but showed down rendering and leads to jerky scrolling in Twitter and the app switcher, for instance. Still, thanks for providing this stopgap solution while HOPEFULLY Google addresses the issue.
Improves per-frame rendering performance.
Better explains rendering modes.
Removes jitter from notification shade.