Exercise complete control over the white balance, tint and brightness level of your displays – Finally!
I originally created Screen Balance for personal use – I’m extremely happy with the result and I’m sure you will like it too.
“Root NOT necessary”
– Auto standby when incompatible windows are encountered (eg package installers)
– Activate / deactivate the notification tray – in Android Jellybean (4.1) and above.
– Save color profiles.
– Due to popular demand, I have added an RGB adjuster to let you create your own color filters.
– Again, by popular demand, I added the ability to adjust the screen contrast … This greatly improves the readability of your screen at night. It can also correct for harsh or too vivid screen colors.
– First Android app to allow white balance adjustment on screens. This option will allow you to set the degree of warming / cooling of the screen and can be useful for correcting odd tints present on many screens.
– Reduce brightness levels below what Android normally allows – avoids nighttime stress, especially on AMOLED displays.
– Reduce Black Crush / Clipping on many devices including the recent Pixel 3
– Apply color tint to screen – this is used to apply a color filter, for example. a red tint such that you can use it in very dark environments, for example. look at the stars or just read at night.
– Safety device to automatically reset the brightness if set too low by accident.
– Dark and light themes – allows you to accurately test white balance, avoid eye strain at night, and test your color balance.
– Independently adjust the brightness and tint as you need.
– By popular demand, I made sure that the app stops appearing in the Android task list.
– Apply the settings automatically when the device starts up.
– Save color profiles and settings.
– Low resource usage, with no noticeable impact on performance and battery.
Solves screen rotation problem where color correction was not applied to the whole screen when rotating the screen.