Underburn- Dynamic Content Aware Brightness v1.3.1 [Patched]
Underburn - Dynamic Content Aware Brightness
Overview: Ever had someone send you a white image at night, or had to open a browser, while using a dark theme? No need to fumble for that brightness control any more, Underburn will reduce the brightness for you!
A trial version is available: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.out386.underburn.trial
Ever had someone send you a white image at night, or had to open a browser, while using a dark theme? No need to fumble for that brightness control any more, Underburn will reduce the brightness for you!
Unlike other brightness apps, Underburn dynamically sets your screen brightness based on what's showing on your screen, not the ambient light level. This relieves stress when opening light images/apps when using a dark theme at night, without making the brightness so low that the dark theme is invisible. Once you're back on a dark screen, the brightness will go back up.
Response times are low, so even if you're scrolling a dark page, and a light image scrolls into view (think dark messengers), Underburn has you covered. What's more, you don't even need to be rooted!
Almost none. Barely noticeable CPU usage, and negligible battery usage. Underburn is very optimized.
- Locale/Tasker/Automate (and others) support. Set brightness values and start/stop automatically
- Quick Settings tile for Nougat and up
- A floating brightness slider to quickly adjust brightness from any app
- Notification buttons for quick controls
- Screen dim filter
- Lollipop to Oreo
- Adaptive brightness will be disabled while Underburn is running
- Screen casting will not work when Underburn is active; you'll have to stop Underburn
- No root required
- Record screen: Needed to constantly check the colours of what's on the screen
- Write settings: Needed to set the device brightness
- System Alert Window (optional): Needed to show the floating brightness button on screen, if you want it
- Receive Boot Completed: Used to start the service on boot
- Vibrate: Used for feedback when the floating button is long-pressed
No data is ever collected, stored on your device, transmitted, or abused in any way. Underburn doesn't even have any analytics or the permissions needed to access the Internet.
Play listing image credits:
1.2.6: Oreo: Remove notification sound Start on boot if current time is in scheduler range Slightly improve detection Reduce CPU usage Fix memory leak Make it much easier to set lower brightness values with the slider 1.2.5: Added schedulers to automatically start and stop the app Fix crashes Added a help section 1.2.4: Added screen dimmer, to reduce the brightness below the minimum of the device 1.2.3: Made the floating brightness button less sensitive and more usable