Brightness Control

Brightness Control


Brightness Control is NOT yet another one brightness manager. Unlike the traditional brightness management applications, Brightness Control allows you to set up to 10 custom presets and select one of those presets with one click. You are not limited with predefined presets!!!

Brightness Control is very flexible - each present can be configured to any value between 10 and 255 (4% - 100%). It also shows you Auto-brightness button, so you no longer need visit Settings to select automatic brightness.

Keywords: screen brightness, display brightness, brightness control, brightness manager, brightness widget (coming soon!), light, screen light

Recent changes:
1. 7 -> 10 presets.
2. Allows to show "Auto" brightness button.
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3.8
User ratings
393
Installs
50,000+
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File size
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About Brightness Control
Brightness Control is NOT yet another one brightness manager. Unlike the traditional brightness management applications, Brightness Control allows you to set up to 10 custom presets and select one of those presets with one click. You are not limited with predefined presets!!!

Brightness Control is very flexible - each present can be configured to any value between 10 and 255 (4% - 100%). It also shows you Auto-brightness button, so you no longer need visit Settings to select automatic brightness.

Keywords: screen brightness, display brightness, brightness control, brightness manager, brightness widget (coming soon!), light, screen light

Recent changes:
1. 7 -> 10 presets.
2. Allows to show "Auto" brightness button.

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User reviews of Brightness Control
Oct 6, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
Rishad Best... apps
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Simple and effective
A Google User
May 23, 2014
I clicked on the lowest brightness setting and it brightened my screen... Uninstalled.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2014
Clunky, but does the job A better brightness control would (a) automatically sort presets in order of brightness; (b) let the user add/remove presets individually rather than by setting the total number; and (c) let the user choose names for presets (e.g. "power saver", "standard indoor", "anti-glare", etc). This is not that brightness control. But it suffices.
A Google User
Mar 9, 2014
Wonderful. Very convenient I tried other ones but this is the best Just all what I need.