Red cherry shrimp are also good for algae control. Not too mention are very attractive.
I added 25 RCS to our 10g and within a week it was cleaned of algae. At least out here they are easier to come by than Amanos
And +1 on the nerites.
got in a shipment and had them labeled as tiger snails (seems the distributor had them as "chinese snails") so they didn't know what they were. I though they looked like nerites, came home and googled them. They were tracked nerites. I sent my husband back the next day for a dozen. Put 8 in our 115 and 4 in our 40 and they had the glass cleaned in days. (the glass was the only issue, I couldn't keep it clean for anything) Now we have some for our BW tank too, for breeding purposes. Minimal algae in that tank, it's limited to the decor, which is perfect. Gives it that "old" look.
Another thing, believe it or not, but some of the live bearers like mollies and guppies do a good job of keeping algae controlled. We have both in our BW tank and as I stated above, we have minimal algae growth.
Now I know most people are algae haters, but I do like it on my DW, rocks, filter tubes, and other decor. I keep nerites to keep it in check. It works out perfectly for me. They keep it from getting out of control.