Finally! Replacing my former flashlight because I couldn't find it again for new phone. This one's better! And I looked at a bunch of them. Simple to use, no out of the ordinary permissions, and well worth the buck it costs.
The best... Believe it or not, I compared flashlight apps pretty intensely. I looked at permissions required and features for just about every one i could find in the play store, and then installed the top 3. This one was the best overall. LG Spectrum VS920.
Has features you didn't know you wanted. Modes include: continously flashing SOS in Morse code; a little light that's on when your finger is on the screen, then off as soon as you lift it (perfect for cat burglars); police lights (to use on your drunk friends); variable strobe (for impromptu raves). Used on a Samsung Galaxy S5.
Disappointed After reading so many good reviews I bought this app. I needed one right now! Its 2am and I just lost all power n the house. After installing the flashlight app I tried to turn it on but it did not work. I tried messing with the settings for different phones and still it did not work. I tried to get a refund and went to the Google app but Google could not refund my money. I only wasted a buck. I'll try another app. Update... App is mysteriously working still didn't work when I needed it to... :/
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.
Handy I probably can't count the number of times I've used this app in real-world situations. Its simplicity and usefulness cannot be underestimated. I'm sure there are tons of flashlight apps out there. I wouldn't know. I bought this back in the day and I've never needed to look for a replacement.
Galaxy Nexus support
ICS Styling and widget style
Fixes for Galaxy Tab 7, Galaxy S2, Motorla Photon and more