Utility is the key. As just a light, there's nothing to say about brightness. All light apps call the maximum luminescence of any phone's light. As for this one, the kicker that makes it a better utility than others I've tried is the widget. A very simple single-icon-sized widget that can be used to turn on/off the light without having to open the actual app! Epic! It also does so without any ridiculous splash pages or prompts to do anything else. Truly and simply useful.
Simple and wonderful. Doesn't ask for ridiculous permissions like virtually all other light apps. Simple, quick, and to the point. Right now my only problem is that if the screen times out or is shut off on my phone it turns the light off too. Don't think it did that on my old model, but would be nice to see fixed either by preventing screen turn-off or persisting operation threw an off screen. I'll easily bump up to 5 if that gets fixed.
What i want :-) I have been looking for an app like this for ages and now i have found it! It stays on while i an playing games and on facebook awesome download it dont get rid of it! It doesnt use hardly any of your memory this app will last you a life time i would of gave it six stars if i could! O:-)
almost perfect Does exactly what its supposed to and the permissions aren't rapey like most other led apps. Only thing i would change is to have a setting option where you can keep the light from going off after a few minutes. I'm not sure if that's a phone or application safeguard, but it would be nice to be able to toggle it off
Cool deal Not only does it work with my moto x 2 gen it is only 200kb app in size. Unlike the #1 downloaded flashlight app in the play store at almost 13mb and there are 2 permissions uses camera and vibration for on and off positive feeling. No ads. All around a basic light when you need one!
Kinda "big" kinda clunky For a simple task I expect efficiency, and while i appreciate the freebie, this app is sorta big. Also, why make me activate the app and THEN turn on the flashlight? If I touched the app icon isn't it because I wanted a light? I found a well thought and efficient flashlight over on fdroid.
Galaxy NEXUS (ICS) supported.