iBrightness Tray is described as 'little bit of a swiss army knife display tool as adjusting the brightness of your screen is just one of three main functions it has' and is an app in the System & Hardware category. There are more than 25 alternatives to iBrightness Tray for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and Android Tablet. The best alternative is f.lux, which is free. Other great apps like iBrightness Tray are Redshift (Free, Open Source), LightBulb (Free, Open Source), RedshiftGUI (Free, Open Source) and Gammy (Free, Open Source).
Turn Off the Lights for Desktop is a powerful, helpful app to dim your whole desktop and protect your eyes at night. Turn Off the Lights for Desktop allows you to work, play in a dark environment without damaging your eyes.
This advanced Windows app allows you to alter the screen shading according to the time of day, which is great if you work outside the normal hours, or if you need a lift in the afternoon. You can set the colour tints and your awake and sleep times.
Monitor Bright reduces with a simple trick the monitor brightness. Useful to use the PC at night without getting blind if the minimum brightness that can be obtained adjusting monitor settings is still too high if compared to ambience brightness. Supports multi monitor systems.
Ever had a headache, dry or red eyes, fatigue or neck pain at the end of the day? This app is for you then! It's all the symptoms of computer vision syndrome (or CVS). About 90% of computer workers have it.
ControlMyMonitor allows you view and modify the settings of your monitor (Also known as 'VCP Features'), like brightness, contrast, sharpness, red/green/blue color balance, OSD Language, Input Port (VGA , DVI , HDMI ) and more...