Here’s how you can easily turn your iPhone or Android device into a flashlight. All you need to do is follow these best of six tricks and also enable the opportunity. Here are the details!
There are several other reactions to this action, as you are now able to download Flashlight applications which already settled on both the Google Play Store and iOS App Store, some of them are paid and some comes with a freemium tag.
Unless you’re in law enforcement, you won’t actually have a flashlight on hand for those rare moments when you really need to shift through the dark. It is however, been very likely that you will ever have your phone on you, so you’ll have fast access to a bright light with just a few instant taps.
On the Android phone, while launching an application to activate your LED flashlight is pretty simple enough to do so, here we’ve placed some of the faster and more convenient methods for toggling your torch on and off whenever you need it.
While the iPhone is the ultimate modern convergence device, seemingly combining telephone, music player, gaming gadget, and of course internet communicator all into one. There’s a Control Center and the LED flash, where the iPhone plays its own role using a swipe away from being something more. A flashlight! From kitchen to bedroom to car to studio to server room, your iPhone as a flashlight isn’t just convenient, though, it can be a life-saver.
Instantly turn your iPhone into a flashlight
Step 1: Swipe up from the bottom bezel of your iPhone to bring up Control Center.
Step 2: Tap on Flashlight button at the bottom left.
Step 3: Point the LED flash on the back of your iPhone at whatever you want to light up.
In order to turn off the LED flashlight, simply repeat the same process again.
Now, that on Android device.
First: Press your Power button
The fastest and convenient way to spark your torch on your Android is with the help of Power Button Flashlight/Torch app. With your device locked and in hand, as long as it’s installed, all you need to do is press the power button on your phone three times in rapid succession to activate the flashlight. To turn on your Android’s Flashlight using the Power Button is here.
Second: Using your Volume keys
And if you are worried about wearing it out too fast, and if your power button isn’t the most convenient button to press, then a good feedback option is to use your volume keys. Download Torchie app, and once installed, you can press both volume keys simultaneously to quickly enable the flashlight.
After app installation, the application will require you to toggle it on within your Accessibility services. If you want to use it while your phone’s display is off, you’ll want to go to the app’s settings to see if it’s toggled on.
Third: Shake your Phone
For those who really do not want to create any additional wear and tear on your hardware buttons, there are other options. For example, with the Shake Flashlight app, you can simply shake your device to turn on the LED flash.
(Download: Shake Flashlight from the Google Play Store)
The app itself is pretty neat and self-explanatory; shaking your device (screen on or off) and the light comes on. If the sensitivity is too low, you can even adjust it from within the app’s preferences.
Fourth: Tap A Widget
All of the above mentioned solutions are a bit faster ways to turn your torch on, but they do cause the risk of accidental activation and potential battery drain. The next fastest method is to use a widget, and if your phone or tablet doesn’t have a flashlight toggle built in, already. We recommend you give Flashlight Widget a try.
Once download and installed the Flashlight Widget app, you’ll only need to do is place the widget on your phone’s home screen and tap it the next time you want to turn the flashlight on. Tapping it again will turn it back off.
Fifth: Let the Darkness Activate It
If you find yourself always using your Android’s flashlight, then another good option to try out is the free Ambient LED Flashlight app. After all, it’s a calibrating the app, which will automatically turn the torch on or off using the light sensor on your device. Great! So if you’re in a dark room, it’ll turn on, and vice versa. You will only need the app open in order to use it, or else, it’d be going off all the time, right?
By downloading and installing this given app, you can make your Android Flashlight turn on and off automatically.
6 – Add a quick Setting Toggle
Some devices, almost every single gadget come with a flashlight Quick Settings toggle, but if yours doesn’t, then no worry, you can simply add one using the Custom Quick Settings app we advice it for your device running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher.
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