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Post [APP][2.3+] NEW Torch Wave Flashlight FREE 1.0

Wave Flashlight FREE

Hi there,

Today a new smart flashlight app is released. It will allow you to save battery by using proximity sensor to turn light on only when it is needed.

It is very intuitive, simple but complete and includes a nice widget.

Your feedback is appreciated, you can reply here and tell us your device and if it works well or not. Suggestions are welcome too


Cheers,
Yan
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Nice app. After playing with it for a few days I found some of the features quite intuitive and all the features worked well on my Xperia L. Sometimes the shake to turn on/off feature can be annoying but you can always turn it off.

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Nice app. After playing with it for a few days I found some of the features quite intuitive and all the features worked well on my Xperia L. Sometimes the shake to turn on/off feature can be annoying but you can always turn it off.

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Thanks a lot for your cofirmation that it works as expected on Sony Xperia L. For the shake, you need to move a litle bit faster and do it once to avoid disabling flash

A nice video demo is coming soon.

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Developer of Alarm Clock Millenium and Alarm Plus Millenium and Wave Flashlight Android apps.
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