Originally Posted by Stringer
Fine, I'll test it this weekend to make you happy, but I really don't expect to change it things so much. Maybe if I had one of those regular backlighted and/or heavy light bleeding displays, but the Note3 with (AM-)OLED display is already something else (and even the software developer say so in the program description). I don't understand how increasing contrast would change anything, because only way to do it is by keeping increased light somewhere (and Note3 already has such function built-in).
I meant on your Nexus not the Note 3 but you don't have to
it was just a suggestion
to make your tablet experience more enjoyable because you was complaining
You ask which app it was and I gave you the link. It's up to you if give it a try it will help you use your tablet more if it hurts your eye if it's reading, watching a movie, surfing the net, playing a game or whatever you do use it for. I can't use my devices without it. They are just too bright even at the lowest setting. This really help. Oh here's the Trial version link
so you can try it without buying it. You don't have to
try it but you have the link if you decide to.