Android beta available for screen dimming app f.lux

Early version of f.lux available for Android users, requires rooted phone.

| Feb 20, 2016 at 2:02 am CST

Screen dimming software f.lux isn't having much luck with iOS lately, but Android progress seems to be coming along. Recently, a beta became available to interested users, likely indicating it's not too far off from a public release.

Android beta available for screen dimming app f.lux | TweakTown.com

To gain access to the beta, you must have a rooted phone. Assuming you fulfill that criteria, head here to request joining the Android testing group, then here for installation instructions.

Requiring a rooted phone no doubt will alienate many users, so hopefully that gets nixed prior to the public launch. Should we hear anything to that end, we'll be sure to report it.

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