myPoint Shade Alternatives

    myPoint Shade is described as 'Stop burning your eyes!'. There are more than 25 alternatives to myPoint Shade for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, Android and Android Tablet. The best alternative is f.lux, which is free. Other great apps like myPoint Shade are LightBulb (Free, Open Source), Gammy (Free, Open Source), Iris mini (Freemium) and Windows Night Light (Free).

    This page was last updated May 18, 2021

    1. CareUEyes is a very simple but useful program when it is about your eye care. The program comes with a very simple and clean interface and needs to technical knowledge. Even a novice computer user can download and use it easily.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Mac
      Shades is a FREE utility for controlling the brightness of your screen. It runs in the background providing always-available fine-grained control over the brightness of your display via a slick Mac-like interface.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      Synchronize your external monitor brightness with built-in display. Application reads current brightness of your built-in display and passes it to external monitors via DDC interface. You can adjust brightness by menu in system status bar.
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    2. FREE and simple screen shader app. Complete multiple display support, including latest OS X. • Five presets. Easy to change too. • Multiple monitor support, even on latest macOS. • Quickly detects all monitor changes. • Fine control.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      Shady puts a shade over your screen to help soothe your tired or dazzled eyes. You can use it to reduce your Mac's brightness far below the usual minimum, without any risk of damage to your screen.


    3. Do you use your mobile phone after sunset? Do you use your phone within three hours of your bed time? If yes, then your device might be taking your sleep away. Bluelight from your mobile screens sends a signal to brain to wake up, and makes it difficult for us to sleep at night.
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    4. Nocturne is simple app for switching a computer to night vision mode. It has a few tricks up its sleeve: color correction, window shadow toggling, and background removal.

      Discontinued

      The project has been abandoned. Last version, 2.0.0, released in September 2009, can be still downloaded from Google Code Hosting

    5. Lux Automatically Adjusts Your Screen Brightness
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    6. Night Screen helps protect your eyes from screen light on Android devices. Adjust brightness and screen color to prevent your eyes from being hurt by screen light.
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    7. 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.
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