Happy with it. 5 stars. I looked around before I chose which flashlight app... I saw others accused of spyware etc. I forget now which review brought me to this one but it was convincing. No bug-me's or any extra permissions so of course that is welcomed. After using it, it's a keeper. Well thought out features... it sits on my phone's utmost primary screen now. It does strobe and blue/red etc. All good.
Slower The Morse code flashing could be just a bit slower. For example, it's difficult to tell if the S in Morse code flashes 2 vs. 3 tįmes. A couple more milliseconds between flashes would have it be more recognizable to someone not expecting to see a call for help. Otherwise, the best flashlight app I've seen. Pay the buck and reward the dev for neither privacy intrusions nor ads.
Tesla led is great I liked it so much that I paid the 1.00 for the app. Permission s are great, it only uses what's needed. It's bright and lights up the bedroom as I walk through the house at night. Look through the settings and I just set it to launch as soon as the icon is hit. It will stay on until you turn it off. Samsung Galaxy S4
Good app, but has very minor hiccups. The morse code screen doesn't show dots unless it's set vertically. "Press to activate" cuts the light if phone if tilted horizontal/vertical. A nice app that I have recommend to a friend.
Great app, but weird but in donate version. Good clean app, but: only on the donate version, using the CyanogenMod lockscreen, if you try to assign the LED toggle to a shortcut the app crashes. Doesn't happen on the free version. Huh. Update, also on Nexus 5 with stock Android 5.0, trying to create a widget crashes the app... That is lame. Back to the free version!
Galaxy Nexus support
ICS Styling and widget style
Fixes for Galaxy Tab 7, Galaxy S2, Motorla Photon and more