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LED Torch


This app. allows you to use your camera's LED as a torch.

On launch, this application switches LED on. You can tap on the image to toggle it. It switches LED off on pressing Back/Home key.

This app requires internet and location permission for displaying ads. If you would like to donate to the continuing development of LED Torch, feel free to get our donate app.

This app works for following phones:
Motorola Droid
Motorola Droid X
Motorola Droid 2
Motorola Envy
Motorola Glam
Motorola Milestone
Motorola Milestone 2
Motorola Defy
Sony Xperia X2
Sony Xperia X10
Sony Xperia X10 Mini Pro

Recent changes:
Updated to use Google Play Services
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3.3
User ratings
431
Installs
50,000+
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File size
1435 kb
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About LED Torch
This app. allows you to use your camera's LED as a torch.

On launch, this application switches LED on. You can tap on the image to toggle it. It switches LED off on pressing Back/Home key.

This app requires internet and location permission for displaying ads. If you would like to donate to the continuing development of LED Torch, feel free to get our donate app.

This app works for following phones:
Motorola Droid
Motorola Droid X
Motorola Droid 2
Motorola Envy
Motorola Glam
Motorola Milestone
Motorola Milestone 2
Motorola Defy
Sony Xperia X2
Sony Xperia X10
Sony Xperia X10 Mini Pro

Recent changes:
Updated to use Google Play Services
User reviews of LED Torch
Switches LED on but never off on Orange Boston.
Jan 27, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 27, 2014
Torch Nice app
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Is this joke? ....It works
A Google User
Feb 25, 2014
excellent Excellent
A Google User
Jan 26, 2014
How to Make a Model of the Pumping Human Heart By Jarrett Melendez, eHow Contributor If you're looking for a cool, inexpensive science fair project, try making a working model of the human heart. By using some common household items, you can easily complete this project with less than $30. With the right equipment and a little bit of knowledge, you should be able to make a working model of the human heart in less than two hours. This project will be sure to impress your teachers and classmates. Things You'll Need (Tap on items you have) Package of balloons 2 turkey basters Rubber bands Liquid latex Toilet paper Red food coloring 10 ft. clear plastic tubing Glue Paintbrushes Disposable baking sheet Fake blood Steps (Tap on step to mark as complete) Step 1 of 6 Take two balloons and stuff one inside the other to make a double layered balloon. Repeat this process to make two double-layered balloons. Step 2 of 6 Replace the rubber bladders on each of the turkey basters with the double-layered balloons. Cut the plastic tubing in half to make two 5-foot lengths. Step 3 of 6 Place a single balloon on one end of each length plastic tubing and secure them with rubber bands. Secure both tubes to each other to keep them from moving. Step 4 of 6 Inflate the double-layered balloons about three-quarters full by blowing into the narrow end of the turkey basters. Pinch off the end of the balloons to keep them from deflating while you fit the narrow ends of the basters into the open ends of the plastic tubing. They should fit very snugly and form a tight seal. Allow the air to move through the tubes into the single balloons on the other end. Squeeze both double-layered balloons and watch the single balloons pulsate. Step 5 of 6 Glue the single balloons together; these are going to be your main chambers. Mix some of the liquid latex with red food coloring and paint some of this mixture onto the balloons. Cover the chambers with a layer of toilet paper and repeat this process until the two balloons resemble a human heart. Keep a picture of a human heart with you for reference. If necessary, you can glue another balloon to the model to fill out more space and make it look more realistic. Cover this balloon with layers of liquid latex and toilet paper. When you're satisfied with the shape of your heart, paint on a layer of fake blood to make the color more realistic. Step 6 of 6 Set up your heart model on a disposable baking sheet and use the double-layered balloons to make it pump during your demonstration. It is very useful in the dark. I like this very much
A Google User
Oct 21, 2013
Umm, No. It doesnt... First thing the description says, "Uses your camera's LED light" The only thing it does, is shows you that lame light bulb on your screen. Tap it, (only once!) And it changes from yellow to white. I can open a blank page memo and make my screen completely white and it is 10x brighter. This is an incredibly useless app! NO IT DOES NOT USE THE LED LIGHT!