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By kevdliu, Recognized Developer on 16th March 2014, 03:06 AM
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EyeRelax is a quick and easy way to keep your eyes healthy. Taking a break every so often while using your phone is important and can help prevent eye strain, and EyeRelax lets you do just that. Specify how long you want your breaks to be, and how far apart they are, hit the start button, and EyeRelax will give you a heads up when it's time to take a break. If you want to take an early break, just shut off your screen and it will be automatically recognized by EyeRelax. A progress bar runs discreetly in your notifications for a convenient way to check how long you have. EyeRelax runs quietly in the background, allowing you to get your work done until it's time to rest your eyes.





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Playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...Blade.eyerelax
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16th March 2014, 05:16 PM |#2  
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Looks good
This is pretty awesome. Do you have anything you plan to add to it?
16th March 2014, 06:08 PM |#3  
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Now THAT'S what i call useful!
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16th March 2014, 08:37 PM |#4  
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Good app! Now I know when I need to rest my eyes
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I found this app actually very useful when I am on my phone for hours on end less than 4 inches away from my eyes. Great notification system. 1+
19th March 2014, 06:46 PM |#6  
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Do you wanna translate your app to many languages?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2069390
19th March 2014, 08:02 PM |#7  
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I found this app actually very useful when I am on my phone for hours on end less than 4 inches away from my eyes. Great notification system. 1+

4 inches? I hope that this is a typo xD
I couldn't even focus the image at this distance.
19th March 2014, 08:14 PM |#8  
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Sounds useful! Is there any noticeable battery drain?
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Someone needs to create an app like this for Xposed!
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Looks great! How does it warn you when you're near the 30 minute mark? Will it be possible to play a sound when the timer is at 30 minutes / just before it goes off?

Edit: It didn't load the images correctly for me, so now i see that there will be a popup window.

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19th March 2014, 10:33 PM |#11  
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Someone needs to create an app like this for Xposed!

What do you mean? If by xposed you meant the Xposed framework this app doesn't need xposed to work. Is there a feature that you want needing xposed?

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Originally Posted by arvansome

Looks great! How does it warn you when you're near the 30 minute mark? Will it be possible to play a sound when the timer is at 30 minutes / just before it goes off?

Edit: It didn't load the images correctly for me, so now i see that there will be a popup window.

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The app will vibrate and post a notification 30 seconds before break and show the dialog when it's time for a break.
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