Flashlight Toggle - Minimalist

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About this app

Flashlight Toggle is designed for only one straightforward purpose - to toggle your flashlight on and off with as little interruption as possible.

Although most phones provide a flashlight toggle quick setting, this app was designed primarily to use with the Bixby button on recent Samsung Galaxy devices.

In Android 9.0 , Samsung made it possible for users to configure the Bixby button to launch an app. Therefore, by using this app, you can have your Bixby button work as a hardware flashlight toggle(when the device is unlocked). Because the app has no user interface, you can find full setup instructions on our website.

The app can also be used with other automation devices and apps, such as configurable 3.5mm headphone jack buttons,bluetooth connected buttons, NFC tags, etc. It also works great as a lock screen shortcut on devices that support those.

..Or maybe you just want a flashlight toggle in a specific spot on your homescreen.

Turns your flashlight on and off!
No interface!
No options!
Doesn't clash with your device's built-in flashlight toggle!
Doesn't interrupt you!
No special permissions required!
No ads!

Did we mention it turns your flashlight on and off?
Updated on
Mar 27, 2019

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90 reviews
A Google user
March 31, 2020
This is what I needed! My last phone was a moto z which had the gesture control for the light which I used multiple times a day. Ever since I bought my s10 I've been frustrated by the loss of that feature and every app that tried to emulate the gesture control of the moto z has been mediocre. This app fixes that! Super convenient and now the button isn't a waste!
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Tyler Schommer
May 4, 2021
Worked as I needed it to. One weird quirk is that if you turn on the flashlight a different way, the app won't turn it off on the first to around. I understand why, definitely just a binary thing of on/off via the app, so no big complaint there. Looks like Samsung finally added Flashlight as a Bixby button function so I don't need the app anymore, but it was super handy.
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Rick Ledoux
August 19, 2022
Perfect for connecting to the Quick Tap feature on my Pixel 6 Pro. Like someone pointed out, it would be better (5⭐) if you could turn on the flashlight a different way and then turn it off with this app. (Does reading the flashlight state require a special permission perhaps?)
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