Brightness Toggle Widget

Brightness Toggle Widget


(5 stars)


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Widget changes screen brightness by single click, 8 brightness levels available. Double click will switch on automatic brightness mode.

See also
Toggle Widgets Pack - Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth, Silent, Auto Rotate, Brightness, Airplane
Toggle Widgets Panel - our new app!!!

Tags: brightness toggle widget, google toggle, brightness, brightness widget, toggle google, widget to keep brightness at 5%, brightness toggle, automatic brightness toggle widget, brightness toogle widget, brightness toggle icon.

Recently changed in this version

- icon size fix for small resolutions

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Comments and ratings for Brightness Toggle Widget
  • (78 stars)

    by Arif Rahman on 14/06/2014

    Excellent concept but, double tapping is problematic! sometime works, sometime doesn't... otherwise will rate it five stars! Should have an option to make 4 levels instead of 8 (too many levels!) Using in XPERIA Z1

  • (78 stars)

    by Raymond Harris on 12/06/2014

    Stopped working as soon as I put the widget on my home screen.

  • (78 stars)

    by Jessica L. on 09/06/2014

    This is exactly what I was looking for. Unfortunately there's a bug where the screen always goes to maximum brightness after using the camera. It seems like this is a long-standing issue -- time to fix it!

  • (78 stars)

    by daniel ade on 07/05/2014

    Not useful. Too small. Does not work.

  • (78 stars)

    by robert hawkins on 01/05/2014

    On my Wopad m12 this app toggled the screen brightness down so much that I could not see anything on the screen

  • (78 stars)

    by Francesca S on 13/04/2014

    Not great

  • (78 stars)

    by DUK Peterson on 25/02/2014

    Each tap raises the light incrementally and it can't be set otherwise. Double tap for auto is nice, but if I wanted auto, is be inclined to leave it that way

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