A few problems On my lg g3, the color changer is super tiny and barely usable. Also is annoying that I have to long press the app switcher to access the menu to change the color. Other than that, everything is great. Simple interface and no clutter or ads. Also, you are missing the color orange.
No Permissions. Simple & efficient. Excelente. Although I have a flashlight toggle on my Nexus 5 running Lollipop, I often prefer the more diffuse light of the screen over the harsh LED. I also have this installed on my Nexus 7 and Moto E which don't have LED flash.
T-Mobile Vivacity Works perfectly. Would love to have camera flash control too, but am happy that the app is permission free and uses up virtually no space. Thank you.
I'm sure it is very good but I can't find any way to access the settings to choose colour or brightness. I either get a full white screen or the mesh screen with the button in the centre. No access to the settings as shown on the screen shots. Perhaps incompatible with Samsung Galaxy Tab A.
Perfection! Needs NO PERMISSIONS, so nothing is accessing areas of my phone it has no business accessing, making this app Uber-awesome!!! Next; I've tried other flashlight apps, most very dim or unnecessarily complex [strobes/sirens/ too many resource-hogs & more], or they ask for ridiculous permissions to use [i.e.; why would any flashlight app need full-access to phone settings, call logs, SD cards, ect..???]. No others used were as perfect as this flashlight app, one that's easy to use and BRIGHT @ default setting.
Remembers color and brightness This is a good bedside flashlight, doesn't blind me when I turn it on. Just what I was looking for. But if you want a laser to vaporize things, this isn't it.
Bugfix: small screen in the landscape mode: brightness selector is not visible.