Written by Leanid Navumau
1. Change the colors of your screen to reduce the amount of blue light.
2. to help you focus on the most important things on the screen.
Latest Version: 1.0
What does Screen Colors Filter — Color Tint & Dim HEV Block do? Screen Colors Filter — blocks high-energy visible light (HEV light) in the violet/blue band
from 400 to 500 nm in the visible spectrum & designed for those who works a lot at night.
When you're in a low-light environment or reading long book changing white background
to black background is really helpful.
Limit your Windows screen exposure to energy-efficient lighting and reduce eye strain
to help you focus on the most important things on the screen.
Change the colors of your screen to reduce the amount of blue light.
- Work efficiently in low-light environment,
- Reduce the amount of blue light,
- 16 color presets for your convenience,
- Dim slider to fine tune screen colors,
- Completely invert screen color palette.
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Nice to be able to customize filter color; easily accessible top-bar icon
I’ve used a few other blue-light-filter night screen apps, and usually you can’t adjust the color or dimness of the screen; this one gives you a lot of choices so you can pick the one that bugs you least, and it has a dimness slider. Intuitive and easy to use - just choose on setup to put an icon shortcut on your top menu bar and it’s an easy one-click dropdown panel that doesn’t interrupt what you’re doing. I don’t think it’s hard to find as some other reviews say - maybe if you have a ton of icons up there it’s not obvious which one is the filter app. It’s a monitor icon. I’ve also never had problems with it crashing which seems to be the other major problem people have. I’m using it on a Pc laptop and maybe on your phone or iPad it’s different. Anyway on my laptop it’s been handy and easy to use. I recommend it. Save your eyes and your sleep!
Works great by Screen Saver cancels it.
This really works well, most other programs I've tried just put a layer in front of the screen which doesn't do a great job of cutting brightness, like if you're in a dark room.... BUT if the monitors go to sleep, when you wake it's canceled, which if you're in a dark room, blinds you. That fix would make this 5 stars.
Crashes and not immediately user friendly but can work
After installing I was able to select my screen color but, like others have mentioned, once the selector window was closed it was very hard to find afterward. The shortcut to the app is on the top of your screen to the left of your clock and looks like a pulldown projector screen. I’ve also found it crashes randomly and I have to go back into the color selector and pick again. Once you figure out how to navigate the app and when its up and running as expected its a very handy app. Would love to see the ability to adjust the saturation of the filters so you can decide if you want a hint of color or fully saturated color on your screen.
App does offer several color filters to use which is good. Once I made my selection and tried it for a few days I was unable to locate the area where I could select a different filter to try. I tried to remove it so I could start over again but response was cannot delete because app is open. I then searched for a way to turn it off. Very frustrating. I finally had to go through Apps>Utilities> and then select turn off. Next step, remove the app, followed by starting again. I decided it was too much trouble and am shopping for another app.
Support is via Twitter, and not quick. I think this app has promise, but it needs some tweaking to suit me. Once they do that, they’ll probably charge for it, which is only fair. My 2 cents.
I use this to dim the screen at night and it works very well. There is a small glitch where if you click its logo on the top toolbar it does not open. You have to click some other application in the toolbar and click it again, however after that it opens just fine. Thanks for this!