Reviewed in An app for everything Utilitarian.
Using your phones LED flash as a makeshift flashlight? Ingenious in its own right. But what if you could also use it to send Morse code messages? Or a strobe effect? Or use police/slow lights on your screen? Now we're getting creative. Comes with a custom widget toggle of your choice.
Apposaurus: Use your phone's screen and LED as flashlights; great when you're in a pinch at night or in any low light setting. Also offers text input for Morse code, police lights, and strobe light effects.
Free flashlight app for your device! Incredibly simple and very useful. Will use your device's camera LED / flash / screen as a torch. *** This app does not track your location and does not use any other sensitive info. The CAMERA permission (take photos and videos) is used to start the camera flash.
*** v5.0 beta has started. Check here how to get it: http://tinyflashlight.com
* Bright flashlight / torch mode when using the device LED. * Great and diverse screen lights. * Widget with different layouts to choose from (including lock screen widget). Flashlight starts directly without launching Tiny Flashlight. * Strobe / Blinking function with adjustable on/off intervals * Morse code functionality with a Text to Morse code support. * Beautiful layout and simple controls. * Supports the widest range of devices with a camera flash. All for free. * Small memory footprint, low battery and CPU consumption. Highly optimized. * Best tablet flashlight
* LED Light - Uses your phone's flash. Note that some devices don't have a camera led. In this case the led flashlight option will be disabled.
* Screen Light - This is the basic white screen, which is bright enough for daily use. You can use it as your primary flashlight option in case your device doesn't have a LED flashlight or you want to save some battery.
* Warning Lights, Police, Color, Strobe, Morse Code, Text to Morse - different light sources, which may be useful in many situations. Bright enough. You can change the brightness and the colors.
The best flashlight app when you need reliability and functionality. Very bright and completely free. CAUTION: Strobe lighting can trigger seizures in photosensitive epilepsy! linterna