Slightly more effective than most Why do all of these apps use that stupid green cast filter? It would be more effective just starting in greyscale mode. Some mode options would be nice. It can't work miracles on cheap cameras; the ultra brightness sensitivity is not matched by increased contrast, only increased exposure time can do that. It does do pretty good within hardware and android limitations. There is a torch bug with my device: turns on but won't turn off until exit (Kyocera Rise).
Pure class Yes, I know you can just put your light on your phone to illuminate when you're in the dark.. but.. this app definitely does much more than just make the standard green colour when viewing through nvg's.. things in the distance are much clearer than using the normal camera & light. So it works. Great app. Can't see me using much, but very handy indeed.
Awesome with my Note 5 I read the reviews and understood everyone but when I first clicked on it, it was dark green like gray scale but in the button left hand side you click on the flash sign and it turns lighter and clear and if you click on it again its even more lighter. I do wish it had a camera button and/ or camcorder. But it's an awesome app thank you guys.
Jawaad Ahmed this app only work with red light because ir light is used to make night vision brighter like cctv camera. you can get red filter sheet online or from a quality street sweet wrappers then cut a square shape that is bigger than your led to fit and then put it on your led then close the back case on top. The more red light the more brighter it gets. And when i was in the garage the night vision test can help me see in the dark like outlast for example.
Supurb Does exactly what it claims! To those who say it doesn't work I suspect have not tried to set it up correctly. It works wonderfully and is easy to function. UPDATE 05/28/2015: Used this to shoot photos of solid red painted Stratocaster guitar and the wood grain below is clearly revealed! It appears as if there is no paint on the wood. It is an x ray camera in this use! Too cool!
HTC EVO Design The cam def works, however there has to be some light coming in from somewhere in order to get a decent picture, bc the less light there is, the more grainy the picture comes out. If you're looking for infrared results, it's not going to happen lol. But if you're looking to take some pictures with limited lighting, this will work... I give it 2 & a half, maybe 3stars for a free app.
1.1.5: Saved images are now orientated properly.
1.1.4: Fixed front camera not working on many ICS devices.