RedEye Stay Awake (free)

RedEye Stay Awake (free)


RedEye allows your phone or tablet to stay awake by preventing it from going into sleep mode regardless of whatever apps are also running. It allows you to quickly and easily turn on & off automatic sleep mode without having to dig through the configuration menus.

Features:

• Tapping a notification is so much easier than digging through the settings menus to find the timeout delay
• Configurable start at boot and enable at boot
• Optional (but recommended) auto-disable on low battery
• Optional auto-enable and disable on external power (i.e. the AC recharger cord)
• Optional auto-disable on manual screen shut-off
• 4 levels of 'awake' to choose from ranging from fully on to screen off but CPU continues to run
• Does not interfere with applications that already provide this functionality (i.e. the YouTube app)
• Allows the device to remain on even if Exchange policies impose a mandatory timeout


This version is support by AdMob advertisements. To remove these, please purchase the paid version.

Recent changes:
Version 1.6:

· Fixed Lollipop issue with opening settings screen
· Migrated code base to Google's new Android Studio development IDE
· Updated base API update to Lollipop Android 5.1

NOTE: The Google Play libraries built into Android Studio do not allow me to omit previously-unnecessary default permissions. Redeye does not use any of these newly-required permissions but the AdMob library might. The much smaller permissions set in the paid version is just one more reason to upgrade.
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4.2
User ratings
157
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
2323 kb
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About RedEye Stay Awake (free)
RedEye allows your phone or tablet to stay awake by preventing it from going into sleep mode regardless of whatever apps are also running. It allows you to quickly and easily turn on & off automatic sleep mode without having to dig through the configuration menus.

Features:

• Tapping a notification is so much easier than digging through the settings menus to find the timeout delay
• Configurable start at boot and enable at boot
• Optional (but recommended) auto-disable on low battery
• Optional auto-enable and disable on external power (i.e. the AC recharger cord)
• Optional auto-disable on manual screen shut-off
• 4 levels of 'awake' to choose from ranging from fully on to screen off but CPU continues to run
• Does not interfere with applications that already provide this functionality (i.e. the YouTube app)
• Allows the device to remain on even if Exchange policies impose a mandatory timeout


This version is support by AdMob advertisements. To remove these, please purchase the paid version.

Recent changes:
Version 1.6:

· Fixed Lollipop issue with opening settings screen
· Migrated code base to Google's new Android Studio development IDE
· Updated base API update to Lollipop Android 5.1

NOTE: The Google Play libraries built into Android Studio do not allow me to omit previously-unnecessary default permissions. Redeye does not use any of these newly-required permissions but the AdMob library might. The much smaller permissions set in the paid version is just one more reason to upgrade.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 28, 2015
Cannot change settings I still can change service status from notification bar but I can't open the settings :(
A Google User
Jun 8, 2015
I like the idea, but needs too much RAM and there is no possibility to quit the app (after unplugging it stays inactive in the notification bar -but you can't kill it with some other app because then it will not start automatically when charging). So, please add a possibility to show it in the notification bar only when active.
A Google User
May 2, 2015
Good but with issues It was really good on KitKat, but on Lollipop it's nearly impossible to use because of superfast battery drain and overheating (Galaxy S4). Otherwise the app does what it was intended to.
A Google User
Apr 9, 2015
Great app Does exactly what I need it to do and closing the ads isn't that bad or time consuming really.
A Google User
Mar 21, 2015
Very good Effective in delivering primary advertised function. Good options and well-designed. Ads are not subtle, but very reasonable. I just bought the ad-free version (only a dollar), but haven't had enough experience with it to review it yet. This version is definitely worth trying first if you're interested. Highly recommended.
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