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Screen Tint

Reduce the brightness of your Mac’s screen

8 Alternatives to Screen Tint

Adjusts your computer's display to adapt to the time of day

f.lux is makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day.

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Brennon Denny
Brennon Denny- Creating Things @ DennyDevHQ 💡
Simple and good for the eyes. Set it up and forget
Armin Nikdel
Armin Nikdel- founder, developer
Used to use flux before OS introduce dimming. Now using OS's default night shift feature.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Not sure how well-known f.lux is but it's a must-download for any Mac or Windows user. It automatically dims your computer screen in the evening to avoid eye strain. Try it for a week and you'll wonder how you lived without it. 🌚🌞
25 Alternatives to f.lux

Focus on one app by dimming all the background windows

Too many windows open to manage? Big display? Or sometimes getting lost in multiple monitors? This app is for you!

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Maxim Ananov
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
Something to keep you focused while working on your paper or doing research on a Mac
Maxim Ananov
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
If you're using a Mac that's exactly what this app does. Most distractions come from other windows and visual clutter. Your alternatives would be manually closing/hiding windows or going full screen. Full screen is awkward on big screens and micromanaging windows takes discipline and time. HazeOver works automatically so you don't have to adjust to it or cha… See more
Maxim Ananov
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
Taking notes on your MacBook in class? Better stay focused. Scrambling to finish writing your papers? Better avoid distractions and don’t let other apps and windows in your way. That’s what this app is for.
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Lifehacker
OS X: HazeOver makes it easy to focus on the task at hand, even if you have multiple windows open on your Mac. All it does is dim background windows and your desktop, and keeps the front, active window bright on top of all of them.
Macworld
There are lots of ways you can manage windows in OS X. You can use Spaces, or you could use multiple displays, and sort your windows on different virtual or physical desktops. But if you don't use either of these methods, you may find that when you have a lot of windows visible on your display, it can be hard to focus.
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