FlexBright App Review

  • January 24, 2016
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FlexBright iPad and iPhone App Review

This is a review on the FlexBright App for iPad and iPhone. FlexBright will help keep your eyes healthy and detect eye fatigue throughout the day. The familiar glow of small cellphone screens and tablets in a darkened room is a familiar sight to most Americans, and with an increasing number using these smart devices every year, eye health problems are on the rise.

The blue light that emanates from these devices has been linked to eye fatigue, and has even been shown to prevent a good night’s sleep—even if the brightness has been adjusted. Raleigh, NC company Intelligent Apps’ new offering, FlexBright, offers a smart solution to this ticking health time bomb.

“Using your smart devices during the night time exposes the eye to blue light which simply isn’t naturally present, which fools the brain into thinking that it’s earlier than it really is,” said the CEO of Intelligent Apps, Sam Aljamal. “Combined with an overly bright phone light, or even over-dimming of the light, eye strain joins in. Over time, that has a catastrophic effect on the quality of your sleep—and your actual eyesight. We created FlexBright as a way to minimize this risk.”

FlexBright highlights:

-Smart eye strain calculator to monitor exposure to blue light.

– Prompt you if high blue light exposure is detected before bedtime.

– Provide warning and exercises to rest your eyes when high strain is detected throughout the

– Set daytime brightness and nighttime brightness for your device

– App will determine your local sunrise and sunset times to use for day and night brightness if
you like

– App will record your device brightness for 24 hours and present it in beautiful and dynamic
bar chart.

FlexBright works in the background monitoring users’ exposure to blue light, prompting users to change their screen brightness to acceptable levels when eye-strain has been detected, as well as an automatic adjustment for the screen’s brightness at certain times of day, including sunrise and sundown.

For data lovers, an analytical tool has been included in Flexbright, offering dynamic charts that show you all the adjustments that the app has made over the past twenty-four hour period.

Doctors have noted in recent years that not only does blue light disrupt the body’s natural circadian rhythm —the natural human cycle of sleep and wakefulness—but also disrupts melatonin, the sleep hormone. However, a disrupted melatonin cycle also spells bad news for general health: it also works as an antioxidant that many researchers say may help slow the progression of cancer and other serious health issues that come later in life.

The smart thing for all users of cellular and tablet devices to do is to protect their eyesight and melatonin production by installing FlexBright. The app automatically adjusts screen brightness and offer prompts when it is time to take a break from watch YouTube, catching up on emails or browsing social media. FlexBright is currently available for iPhone and iPad, and can be downloaded at the Apple store.

FlexBright promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFDPfftTDAw&feature=youtu.be

FlexBright official web site: http://www.intelligentappsinc.com/FlexBright/

Download the FlexBright App at iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1059092033

App release date: January 26, 2016


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