Turn Off the Lights for Desktop available today!

A year ago we started secretly on a new project that answer to the question of many of our users said to us, in the Chrome Web Store extension review page and in our contact form. And that is to dim your whole screen with a single click on the lamp button.

We happy to announce that Turn Off the Lights for Desktop is available today in the Mac App store. It’s a new and unique app in the store, that allow you to dim your whole desktop from the top all the way down to the bottom. With more than thousand of options inside to customize the app to your look that make you feel comfortable. Turn Off the Lights for Desktop is compatible with MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, and Mac Pro.Turn Off the Lights for Desktop El Capitan Yosemite

Turn Off the Lights for Desktop have more advanced features you have never seen before in an App. So we are going to highlight only three important features in this blog post.

Video Layer
You as user can change the color of the layer in the preference window to blue, green, red, orange, pink, yellow etc. And there is an option to show a video when you do the lights off. It’s sound crazy, but you can watch a full movie and type together your text document.

Also, we add the know Mouse Actions feature from the browser extension in this app, such as the spotlight around the cursor. And an option to cut the YouTube (and other video platforms) player out of the dark layer.

Focus the application you want
With this option enabled, for each window you click will be on the top of the black layer. Example, if you click on the QuickTime player, everything around will be black.Turn Off the Lights for Desktop Eye Protection schedule

Advanced Eye Protection Schedule
One of the feature that this application makes so unique is the advanced Eye Protection schedule. Here you can set witch day and time the lights must go on or off.

Turn Off the Lights browser extension is loved and used by millions of users worldwide already. Try Turn Off the Lights for Desktop today! If you have feedback for us, please don’t hesitate to contact us using Twitter, Facebook or on our support page.

Aurora Player available today!

One of the most great and unique feature in Turn Off the Lights browser extension is the atmosphere lighting (Vivid Mode) around the video player. That shows you a realistic glow around the video player that correspond to the video content. Since day one when Microsoft opens the Windows Store, Windows users can play his own personal videos and movies with the Aurora Player Windows Store app.

We happy to announce that Aurora Player is available today in the Mac App store. It’s a new and unique app in the store, that allow you to play your own videos, movies that is coming from the iTunes Store with a glow effect around app. It’s a sophisticated media player with its simple design and easy-to-use controls, Aurora Player makes everything you watch even more enjoyable. With more than twenty of options inside to customize the app to your look that make you feel comfortable. Aurora Player supports the following file types: avi, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mpeg, mpg on your Mac computer. Aurora Player is compatible with MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, and Mac Pro.The new Aurora Player Mac app - Video Player app

Download the app today on the Mac App store:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aurora-player/id1043744348?ls=1&mt=12

Aurora Player is different than all the other video players in the world, this is a more enjoyable video player that can play outside the video frame. Then the regular video player such as iTunes, QuickTime movie player, VLC Media Player. And there is an option to play your favorite YouTube videos direct from the internet.

Try Aurora Player today on your Mac computer! If you have feedback for us, please don’t hesitate to contact us using Twitter, Facebook or on our support page.

Turn Off the Lights for Windows 10 are More Refreshing than New Socks

Turn Off the Lights Windows Store App for devices. Windows 10

The new update for Turn Off the Lights is now available for Windows 10 users. The app is now engineered and designed for Desktop, Tablet and Phone users. It’s the most powerful, well protection for your eyes and unique cinema app available in the Windows Store for free.

What’s new in Turn Off the Lights Windows Store App v3.2:

Universal Windows App
Turn Off the Lights is now a universal app for all platforms. So this means if you are on a phone you get the same features as on your tablet and Desktop computer. You can open your tabs overview of this browser on the menu icon top right of your screen. And to open the settings of this application, click the right menu icon.

Cortana
This version also includes support for Cortana, you can ask your personal assistance to do the lights on/off, to play/pause the video, to expand/decrease the video. Or search the web for any queries in your favorite search engine.

YouTube
The only app that has everything you need for all devices. You can dim the web page and highlight the video player, automatically play the YouTube HD video, option to repeat the YouTube video. And now you can also expand the YouTube video in the full window size.

Night Mode
This is one of the great feature that convert the web page from a day to night theme. Now this is even better than the first version we released, it works on all websites. The Night Mode feature converts the background to black, and the text color to white. That all with a single tap on the night switch.

Incognito mode
Doesn’t want to track your history when you browse the web? You can use the Incognito mode to doesn’t save your browser history and cookies. And it leaves no trace behind when you close the app.

Try today the Turn Off the Lights Windows Store App:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/turn-off-the-lights/9wzdncrfj9n0
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