Touch Bar support for the Turn Off the Lights for Desktop Mac app
Antwerp (Belgium), 9th January 2017
Turn Off the Lights for Desktop, a Mac app that allows Mac users the possibility to dim their screen and while working on other productivity tasks. This to protect his eyes at night from applications that have a white background. The Mac app developed by Stefan Van Damme was initially released on 20th, October 2015. www.turnoffthelights.com/desktop/
Turn Off the Lights update the Turn Off the Lights for Desktop Mac app that is available for 24,99$. You can dim your whole screen up to 100%. It has an option to change the opacity, an option to change the color of the dark layer, an option to change the layer to your own image, option to change it to a translucent video in the background, option to disable the fade effects, option to cut out a part of the screen on for example the YouTube player, option to start automatically the app when Mac is started, adaptable shortcut to dim the screen, a quick menu to change live the layer color and the opacity value, an advanced Eye Protection schedule for when the lights must go automatically. Works with multiple screens that are connected to your Mac computer. Turn Off the Lights for Desktop is compatible with MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, and Mac Pro. The app is compatible with OS X Yosemite, OS X El Capitan, and the latest macOS Sierra.
The new Turn Off the Lights for Desktop update contains support for the Touch Bar that is available for the late 2016 Macbook Pro Retina 13 inch and 15 inch. As a result, you can dim your screen on the lamp button, change the opacity and change the color of the dark layer. In addition, this update improve also the design of the Notification Center Widget.
This update is available now as a download from the Mac App Store.
This app support 21 languages inside this includes English, Arabic, Catalan, German, Spanish, French, Greeks, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Taiwan.
The app is for those who want to reduce the brightness on their desktop screen at night. And have no straight, bright light shining in your eyes. It is also useful for those who want the ability to focus on one single window on their Mac computer, such as QuickTime movie player, VLC Media Player. This all with the black lamp button in the menu bar that is located at the top of the screen.
The team of Turn Off the Lights for Desktop include Stefan Van Damme, the lead developer of this project. Know from the most popular Turn Off the Lights browser extension that is available for Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Maxthon, and Microsoft Edge. Since 2009 available online, where it dims the web page and highlights automatically the video player.
For more information about the team click here.
For information or questions, please contact:
Name: Stefan Van Damme
Email: press @ turnoffthelights.com