Lite Light - A FREE iPhone 4 Flashlight

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by tgibeau, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. tgibeau macrumors newbie

    Jul 2, 2010
    Hey All,

    I originally released iLED Light Pro, which was a iPhone 4 flashlight app that incorporates strobe, SOS morse code, press for light, and other features. I decided to make a FREE one!

    The only difference between iLED Light Pro & Lite Light is Lite Light has iAd support, best way to save you money, and still make me some :p

    Here is an interface walkthrough:

    I recently did some updates to both iLED Light Pro & Lite Light to incorporate some LED light control and power settings.

    Here they are:

    • Auto Lock Toggle: Ability to turn on/off auto lock
    • Auto Dim: Dim the screen after a duration of either 10, 30, or 60 seconds
    • LED On at Launch: LED will always turn on at App launch
    • LED On at Resume: LED will always turn on at App resume from multitasking

    Here is a walkthrough of the settings discussed above:

    I know there is a overflow of iPhone 4 light apps out there, but I kind of felt they were missing some features, so I decided to put stuff I like in an app! This is also the same reason why I decided to make a free one too, well I am also a college student so I know how far a $1 can go.

    Feel free to PM me with any recommendations or suggestions, I enjoy working on this project and look forward to hearing from you!

    Check out Lite Light:
  2. JaSuS macrumors regular


    Jul 22, 2010
    Nice....soon as my iphone reach I would test....keep up the good works!
  3. dwarfthemike macrumors newbie

    Jul 8, 2010
    I like the auto-dim. I don't know of anyone else with that.
  4. tgibeau thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jul 2, 2010
    Haha, thanks.

    I figured it was a good feature to have b/c most of the iPhone 4 flashlight apps I saw out there blind you with the screen. haha :p

    Have you tried the SOS feature? I created a separate thread just for the SOS this way it works great and keeps the same timing. This is better than using NSTimers, which uses timers to tell the thread to start and stop. The only problem with that is that if the phone gets busy with something it will delay and make the flashing appear to stutter.

    Thanks again!

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