10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Robert Miller on 16/01/2014
Eh...grainy but neat
by themadhatter791 on 16/01/2014
by David Dunmore on 25/12/2013
I've had this on my Wildfire S for a while an the results are excellent. You can get an image in very low light.
by Brian Higgs on 04/12/2013
Zero stars. Thought I'd try it for a buck. No trial version because nobody would buy if they tried it. First: Night vision uses infrared light. A device emitting infrared light illuminates everything with an optical device capable of detecting the light.
by Jay D on 30/11/2013
Stopped working with Kit-Kat
by Luke Dahl on 29/11/2013
by Andre Grobler on 13/10/2013
Probably filtered too much or just too much noise due to idiotic pixel count. Similar result with normal video camera or magnifier function.
by David Camilleri on 13/10/2013
I used a infrared torch but all I could see is green dots. Please do not waste your money
by Murthy K on 01/08/2013
Very Very Excellent
by Rodrigo De La Cruz on 24/07/2013
Its a really good app
by Roy Sjolander on 24/04/2013
It actually works well. Samsung galaxy s3
by Danna lee on 24/03/2013
Great educational for meeeeere
by Vincent Hunnefeld on 10/03/2013
HTC Rezound! Sweet App!
by Joshua Kaufmann on 18/01/2013
by Eric W on 31/12/2012
Works good for what it is. Pics are a little grainy. May just be limitation of my phone cam.