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[Android] Voice Recorder Pro FREE (was $3.49), Clipboard Pro FREE (Was $3.49), Blue Light Filter Pro FREE (Was $3.69)

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Voice Recorder Pro (License)

Rated 4.5 from 1361 reviews

Voice Recorder Pro is an easy-to-use voice recorder that is full of convenient features.
It's perfect for recording voices in meetings or making little voice memos.

✔Can even record while screen is in sleep mode.
✔Can record whenever you like via floating button.
✔Comes with user-friendly functions such as automatic volume change when playing back recordings.
✔The application lock function protects your privacy by requiring users to input the unlocking pattern when starting up the app.


Clipboard Pro (License)

Rated 4.7 from 2069 reviews

Designed to be practical and easy to use.
Convenient clipboard app with overlay display.

Automatically record all copied text.
You can record the content and URL of the article you care about, copy the product name, etc. and search the web later.
Because it has memo function, it is useful for shopping and going out.


Blue Light Filter Pro

Rated 4.5 from 2287 reviews

An app that reduces the amount of blue light emitted by overlaying a translucent filter.
It keeps the eyes healthy by reducing the amount of blue light that reaches them and helps users achieve comfortable sleep.

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  • +1 vote

    wow Clipboard Pro sounds useful

  • +1 vote

    All three are pretty useful.

  • -2 votes

    Automatically record all copied text.

    AFAIK all Android password managers use the clipboard whenever a password is entered.

    • +4 votes

      The Keepass2Android app uses a different method to fill in passwords. Although it does give you the option to copy passwords to the clipboard they specifically recommend against doing that as it's a known security risk.

  • +3 votes

    Most phones have inbuilt light filter now

    • +3 votes

      Maybe most "new" phones, but most phones in general? No, sorry. That's BS.

      • +1 vote

        Interestingly that's right. Smartphone OS market share is ~85% Android, 15% iOS. Of the 85% Androids, ~20% are 7.0+ so that makes 32% of phones with night mode/night shift etc. Though I have a 2 year old cheap Xiaomi that got Oreo 1 month after it was released, so there's some outliers.

        • +2 votes

          I don't see this feature built into my nexus 6p with Oreo.

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          @Trishool: Really? Should be in display -> night light. Mine came with it in the quick settings tray automatically.

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          @trishmapow: Isn't on mine. Sure you are talking about a 6P?

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          @GaryG: It's also not on my Nexus 5X with Oreo. I remember when the Pixel came out, it had a night light feature built into it which was apparently not getting ported back to Nexus devices. It's crap that Nexus phones can run it but Google artificially blocks it, just like Apple does on its iPhones. Remember when Siri was first released on the iPhone 4S, but hackers got it working fine on an iPhone 4?

          I've been using Twilight but in Oreo it doesn't cover the notification bar, so that's always a bright white, and there are now multiple notifications saying that Twilight is running in the background too. I wonder if this app fixes it. Worth a shot, I guess.

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      I can't find any inbuilt blue light filter in my Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks op

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    Excellent. Was looking for something like Blue Light Filter Pro. Just installed it on a 10.5s TAB and my eyes already feel better after just a minute. Works well and like that it has a timer to kick in after a certain hour. Saves me having to manually adjust screen brightness at night. Cheers

    • +1 vote

      I got EyeFilter Pro when it was free a week ago and I find it much better than Blue Light Filter. Seems to come up fairly often as a freebie.

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      Twilight will do you much better. I have the same tablet, not that it matters. But it leaves this stupid app for dead. This one only changes the brightness

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    Blue Light Filter Pro needs Google authentication, weir.
    Installed 1st one no problem, got 2nd one before, never used it though

  • +1 vote

    The recorder is only in wav format :(

  • +1 vote

    voice recorder pro works well. thanks!

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    Sadly, Voice pro recorder may work, but it only records in wav format, no sound activation, won't use the sdcard, can't set a file name. Enough limitations to make it worthless to me. Certainly wav files on internal storage is a real killer.

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    Voice recorder pro doesn't work on my Samsung Galaxy tab S2 Wi-Fi (SM-T710).