Droidlight LED Flashlight
5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads
- Works properly in the devices that supports it
- Just one kind of bulb
- Just one type of screenwidget
- Drains battery-life
- Just for Motorola devices: it should be compatible with others
Droidlight LED Flashlight uses your camera LED and screen as a lantern
Droidlight LED Flashlight is an app that adds a new functionality to our Android: it turns it into a lamp. It uses the LED camera to do it. So, it's useless for those devices with no camera flash (Samsung Galaxy S among others). It supports though a wide range of devices with camera led/flash: it works great on the Motorola Droid, DroidX, Droid2, DroidX2, Atrix and Milestone.
Unlike other similar flashlight apps, this one only includes one screenwidget and one kind of bulb. It has to be said that the app works great, but we're missing some extra features or different kind of lights to give it a better rating.
Droidlight LED Flashlight has been developed by Motorola Mobility, Inc. who has just launched flashlight apps on the market so far.
So if you camera has a LED, you have one of the Motorola devices we've named above, and you don't have installed an app like this, you will probably find it useful. It isn't an original app, and probably there are other with more features, but this one does what it says properly.
Bug fix for ICS devices
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Nice, easy and lightweight!
Does what it's supposed to without a lot of fuss and works consistently.
Didnt work on Android.
What more could you want?
Droidlight led flashlight doesn't ask for a lot of permissions. Other flashlights apps want access to your gps position. to your email account, internet connection and many other things you want private. Why? They sell the info to people who want to sell
Simple user controls and Ad Free as well. Great job Motorola! HTC One X