stretchly is cross-platform open source app that reminds you to take breaks when working with computer.
- - stretchly is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to Viewaide.
- - stretchly is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Viewaide.
It’s an utility that helps avoiding eyes-related problems when working at a computer for several hours. Concentrating your eyesight on a computer screen can cause an eye strain. You can prevent this by taking regular breaks during the work and look at distant objects.
Eyes Relax Features
Iris is software which makes monitors healthy for the eyes. With iris you can reduce the blue light emitted from your screen for better sleep, reduce the brightness of your screen without PWM and avoid eye pain.
Display a full-screen image on your desktop at regular intervals, reminding you to take a break, with this portable app that offers support for multi-monitor setups.
EyeDefender is a freeware rest reminder designed to prevent Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) resulting from working on a computer for hours. CVS symptoms include eyestrain, blurred vision, delayed focusing, headaches, back and neck aches, dry and burning eyes, light sensitivity...Discontinued
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.09, released in 2008, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine.
LookAway is a macOS app designed to help reduce eye strain by prompting users to take regular breaks after prolonged screen use, a practice recommended by many eye doctors for maintaining eye health.
- - LookAway is the most popular commercial alternative to Viewaide.
eyeBreak is a tiny app designed to sit in the Windows tray and provide a non-ignorable message reminding you to take a break from what you are working on. Encouraging you to perform eye exercises, take comfort breaks, or generally you can use the application to remind you simply...Discontinued
Does too much time using computer gives you dry eyes and fatigue discomfort? Eyefoo is a timer to remind you to rest, keep you from repetitive strain injury and help stay healthy.
Sitting for hours in front of a computer screen has its consequences. Headaches, eye pain, burnout, and what doctors call Computer Vision Syndrome.