iBright

Developer: Ministry of Software Limited

Current Version: 1.2.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 768.6 KB - Download

Description:

Control the brightness of all your displays attached to your Lion or Snow Leopard Mac Either control all displays through a master slider or each display individually. Configure brightness ratios and even enable control of 3rd party displays and Macs where the inbuilt brightness does not work.

Features:
- Control up to 16 displays per Mac
- Fine control on each display's brightness
- Two methods for brightness control - Apple's inbuilt brightness control or an alternative option on each individual display
- Control non Apple display equipment connected to your Mac
- Invert brightness on displays of your choice
- Synchronise 2 or more displays
- Balance displays so that their brightness matches


FREE: Please Also look for the iBright Remote app to allow you to control displays using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch over wifi, it is free after all

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Release Notes:

- Fix for toolbar brightness slider
- Enabled/included 32bit and Snow Leopard OSX

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.2.1
Review by JR165

An app called iBright should BRIGHTEN a screen! - Most apps like this are for darkening a screen, I need to make mine brighter. Took a chance on this one and lost. They should call this product iDark.

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More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.2.1
Review by Noflesh

Multi-monitor support - Only brightness management app that I’ve used that allows for multiple monitors with multiple brightness levels. That alone makes it more than worth the purchase price.

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5/5
Version 1.2.1
Review by aloshka09

Updated: Great software! - I am updating my review that was below. I bought dual 30’s U3014, and I have to admit this control brightness on them too. It only really darkens pixels, but you can’t tell that it’s not modifying the real brightness (it can’t since dell has no drivers or software-based brightness control). I would love to see this thing have auto backlight adjustment and shortcut keys to modify brightness. Still 5 stars though. I tried a bunch of other apps. — Original Review — Very awesome software. Works perfectly. I have dual thunder-bolt displays and this thing actually synchronizes the brightness. The menu is easy to use. Has an alternate brightness feature that dims the actual screens using software instead of hardware, perfect if you don't have apple-brightness-enabled screens. LOVE this software!! One small request, when changing the brightness via keyboard it does not synchornize the brightness. WOULD BE IDEAL, but I won't take a star off for it. Just would be really nice.

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1/5
Version 1.2.1
Review by this nick name taken

Doesn’t work on 10.9 - The listing says; Compatibility; OS X 10.6 or later. But that’s not true.

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1/5
Version 1.2.1
Review by RealDamiani

Doesn’t work on 10.10.1 - App will not open.

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