orb3000 · Jul 29, 2011 at 03:00 pm

InvisiBright for Android

Here is a new application to fully control brightness on your Android device brought to you by XDA member dannygirsh. The dev presents InvisiBright, an invisible brightness adjustment utility which can be controlled from inside any application by either swiping across the screen or by tilting your device. The app will help you keep brightness at reasonable levels without leaving your current app, which will allow you save battery in the process. It has been tested on Droid, Droid 2, Droid X, Droid Incredible, Captivate, Fascinate, EVO 4G, Galaxy S, Desire, Desire HD, Xperia, MyTouch 3G, MyTouch 4G, Nook Color, Optimus One, and the Thunderbolt. It features status bar shortcuts, search key hold shortcut, a widget, and much more.

The developer has included the pro version available just for XDA members, so please make good use of it and let us know your feedback.

Originally posted by dannygirsh
[APP] InvisiBright – Invisible Brightness Util!

Hey guys, I have an app out called InvisiBright and I’m looking for your feedback. Here’s a brief description:

Use search key hold or status bar shortcuts to activate an invisible overlay above any application. Then simply swipe anywhere to adjust the brightness quickly. Done! It’s as close to auto-brightness as you can get without all bad parts of auto-brightness. It comes with other goodies like an auto-brightness toggle, a “tilt mode”, and a widget (for tablets) so….

Check it out!

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