Great! This is a thing that switches on your phone's LED. I don't think it even has settings or a menu. It just switches on the LED and allows you to switch it back off again. The interface is so simple it may even be argued that it doesn't have one. In conclusion: best flashlight app I've seen.
Small app does well Used it with my DROID incredible, and loved it back then. Unfortunately it didn't work out with my gs3. But now I got the note 3 and took out the other ones I used to use. Sometimes I wanna rock the led function only with the power button in dark situations. I can now accomplish this task easily again. And app doesn't lock up the phone like the others did with my gs3
Screen lights up because... ....not everyone's smart phone has a camera flash. I know hard to believe and what's the point of having a camera with no flash?? Works great on my cheap Straight talk Huawei Ascend Plus... no ads, just some thing to make my screen as bright as possible
Finally, a no BS flashlight app. I tried most of the other flashlights for my Droid X2, and it seems like they all want permission to connect to the internet, read my contacts, see my browser history, claim my firstborn child, etc.. This one just does what a flashlight needs to do - turn the LED on/off and surrender control if a phone call comes in. That's it. No flashing lights. No Morse code. No mood lighting. Thank you Colin McDonough!
Great app. Only things I would ask For is for a hardware button shortcut for the lock screen and maybe a status drawer mod for the menu. (IK it needs root for rhat)
Got worse Why does it have to cover the screen when it turns on the LED? It didnt do this before, not good.
0.2.3 - Torch no longer forces portrait orientation.
0.2.2 - Supports Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich