Exercise complete control over your screens white balance, tint and brightness level - Finally!
I initially made Screen Balance for personal use - I am extremely pleased with the result and I am sure you will like it too.
Root NOT needed
Auto-sleeps when incompatible windows encountered (e.g. Package Installers)
Toggle on/off from notification tray - in Android Jellybean (4.1) and over.
Save color profiles.
Due to popular demand, I have added RGB adjuster to allow you to create your own color filters.
Again due to popular demand, I have added option of adjusting the screen contrast ... This vastly improves the readability of your screen at night. It also allows correction of harsh or over vibrant screen colors.
First Android App to allow adjustment of the screens white balance - this will allow you to define how warm/cool the screen appears and can be useful to correct odd tints that can be found on many screens.
Reduce brightness levels to below what Android normally allows - prevents night time strain, especially on AMOLED screens.
Apply color tint to the screen - this is used to apply a color filter, e.g. a red tint such that you can use it in really dark environments, e.g. star gazing or simply reading at night.
Safety feature to auto reset brightness if set too low by accident.
Dark and Light themes - allows you to accurately test white balance and prevent eye strain at night and to test your color balance.
Independently adjust brightness and tint as per your requirements.
Due to popular demand, I have ensured that the App stops from appearing on the Android task list.
Apply settings automatically on device boot.
Save color profiles and settings.
Inherently low resource use with no noticeable impact on performance and battery.