OLEDX 4+

Information Interface

Ronan Stark

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.6 • 4.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

iPhone Screenshots

Description

A simple Clock/Information Interface made to take advantage of the iPhone OLED displays. Keep track of time, add a personal note, check the weather, add icons or images to the Information Interface.

The interface takes minor jumps each minute (3 pixels), this is built as a safety measure for OLED panels.

OLEDX is highly energy efficient. By using the most efficient methods to accomplish its main purpose OLEDX achieves very low power consumption.

The iPhone OLED screens make it possible to have zero light emitting from pixels that are not being used, the entire screen will look completely dark while the information interface pixels will emit light.

Features:
-Display Time and Date
-Current Weather Face
-Display Battery Information
-Display Icon or Personal Note
-Display Icon
-Dual Time Zone Interface
-Analog Or Digital Clock
-Proximity Sensor Monitoring
-Energy Efficient
-Multiple Watch Faces
-Face color customization
-Star Roofs
-Adjust brightness of the interface by panning up and down across it.
And more.

Star roofs once set will go into a slide show mode and will loop through the set. This is done in order to prevent a single roof from being displayed for extended periods of time.

The Settings button shows on and off when you first enter the app, but you can tap on that position of the screen anytime to access the settings menu. Screen brightness can be adjusted by panning up and down with your finger across the interface.

What’s New

Version 1.6.1

-Bug Fixes & Optimizations
-Fixes dual time zone watch face issues

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

Djdnsjckr ,

Awesome

This app is AWESOME!! I was looking for something with sort of an always on display(like the galaxy s8 has) on my iPhone X and I found this. This app is amazing. It takes almost no battery at all and when I’m Carrying my phone around in my pocket to go places the sensor turns the screen off until I take it out of my pocket. That makes it so it doesn’t use any battery at all when it’s in your pocket. I love how you can adjust the brightness too! This is literally my new power button...(the app) because I just click it and put it in my pocket and its so easy! I also leave it on when I go to bed. I put it on a wireless charger facing me and you would think it would brighten up the whole room but it does NOT. the only time you can see it is when you look over at your phone! This is a great app and I really recommend it. (Also it’s free so that’s even better)

FastShuffle ,

One Little ADDition

Was looking for an app that displays time / battery charge percentage & If battery is charging. When you put phone on Qi charger, sometimes you can’t see the charge light. This app looks like it does 2/3 of what I wanted (but it does much more.) If there is some way to get the little lightening bolt to come on when phone is changing, haven’t figured it out yet. Going to experiment. Developers seem engaged, if I’m not missing something, they may see value in suggestion.
Update: Read the instructions. Turn low power mode off. When the phone is charging, the display will show CHARGED next to the percentage. Personally I see no point in the ‘change screen icon’ option and I’m playing with the display that shows the battery bar but can’t get it to work. Dual time zone screen could use your current location on top and have a slightly smaller ‘home’ time zone below. Also if you charge the font size multiplier to to larg a size , clock digits begin to disappear.

700 Pages ,

RESPECT!

When an app only collects data related to diagnostics and system functionality, and lets you make a reasonable one-time purchase rather than force you into a subscription, these are things you have to respect these days. The app is easily customizable to the point where it makes it do exactly what you want (full disclosure I have the paid version, and never tried the free version because I jumped at the one-time purchase option) and I absolutely LOVE it. Thank you for not making this a subscription and not harvesting data, and offering a good honest service that performs perfectly.

App Privacy

The developer, Ronan Stark, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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