I haven't used this for very long but when the filter is on at 75% Every 25 minutes it only consumes around 60 mAh with my every day usage. Would highly recommend this and you can save even more power when you use this with Hibernation Manger.
Used your app on amoled screens. Works fine but upon using this on samsung the touch key lights went off n never came back on marshmallow based devices. The touch was not lost but back light never lit again. Even hard reset was unsuccessful. What's the solution for this now? Since marshmallow doesn't offer back light control on display setting in samsung now. Galaxy light app 2 from play store is also not useful now
For some reason "38% pixels off" made Kaspersky Mobile Security screen unresponsive until i switched off PixelFilter. So weird. But this App truly helps you save battery on LG G5 quadHD screen. If the App makers add rounded-corner effect to my screen, i would consoder buying this App. Other ideas i have include: blue light filter for night time usage. Sort of a multi deal offer for a good price.
Works well, but if it dimmed the whole screen (including the navigation buttons at the bottom of my Google Pixel) I'd give it 5 stars. No sense getting those buttons burnt in.
A little feature request Loved to have the option to automatically turn it off in secure prompts like package access helper and SuperSu. But aside from that it's awesome, actually I just use it to prevent future pixel burn in.
This is a really neat app. However, I had noticed a few issues (in non-root) that others may encounter: 1) You can only customise the settings when the app is installed. You need to uninstall and re-install it to change the settings. 2) With swipe-based apps such as swipe keyboards, you can only set so much of a dimming level before the app interferes with the swipe function e.g. ~25-30% is the maximum you can set for Touchpal but any more dimming will prevent you from swiping any more than three keys to the left or right before the disabled pixels stop a word from being fully typed. For those who don't use swipe-based apps, you'll probably find this app invaluable and you'll have fewer issues using it.
Quick settings tile for Android 7, by seizonsenryaku