Light Controller

Light Controller


have you got LED lights, but find yourself using the Lightswitch more often than not because of the need to open the app in order to simply turn on the lights? this app if you, it was developed specifically in order to give you the light switches where they are most accessible. you choose where you want the switches, be it on one of your home screens, on the lock screen or both.

The widget gives you easy access to switch each zone on and off as well as global control. also included is easy access to the main application for more advanced control.

We have started working on some extra lighting modes also light listening mode, where it will attempt to detect the beat of the music playing and pulse different colours to the music. A candle mode to emulate the flickering of a candle, along with the built in disco modes.

Control LED Bulbs from:
* EasyBulb
* Limitless LED
* MiLight
* AppLamp
* ilux

and some others also.

You will need the Wifi Controller box to access these lights from the application

if the application doesn't work out of the box, you may need to setup the IP address of your controller box, by default the application will attempt to broadcast to the whole network, this does not work in all setups.

This Project is Open source

Contributors:
Eliot Stocker
Louis Orleans

find the source on GitHub here:
https://github.com/eliotstocker/Light-Controller
Pull request and translations very welcome

Recent changes:
Full Material Update,
Lockscreen Widget (For android 5.0 Lockscreen)
Tasker Plugin,
New Small configurable Widget,
App changes to bulb color,
New Icon
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4.4
User ratings
52
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1268 kb
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About Light Controller
have you got LED lights, but find yourself using the Lightswitch more often than not because of the need to open the app in order to simply turn on the lights? this app if you, it was developed specifically in order to give you the light switches where they are most accessible. you choose where you want the switches, be it on one of your home screens, on the lock screen or both.

The widget gives you easy access to switch each zone on and off as well as global control. also included is easy access to the main application for more advanced control.

We have started working on some extra lighting modes also light listening mode, where it will attempt to detect the beat of the music playing and pulse different colours to the music. A candle mode to emulate the flickering of a candle, along with the built in disco modes.

Control LED Bulbs from:
* EasyBulb
* Limitless LED
* MiLight
* AppLamp
* ilux

and some others also.

You will need the Wifi Controller box to access these lights from the application

if the application doesn't work out of the box, you may need to setup the IP address of your controller box, by default the application will attempt to broadcast to the whole network, this does not work in all setups.

This Project is Open source

Contributors:
Eliot Stocker
Louis Orleans

find the source on GitHub here:
https://github.com/eliotstocker/Light-Controller
Pull request and translations very welcome

Recent changes:
Full Material Update,
Lockscreen Widget (For android 5.0 Lockscreen)
Tasker Plugin,
New Small configurable Widget,
App changes to bulb color,
New Icon

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A Google User
Dec 16, 2014
Nice Fifth star would come if I could control my white zones as well.
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
better than the orifinal
A Google User
Nov 29, 2014
Works far better than official app Quicker and far more intuitive. I love the lock screen controls and home screen widgets!
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Really good Stuff. Only 4 stars so when it gets updated I can pump it up one more. Works a treat, and opensource. If only I could contribute but I'm a nuffy. Only things I think need improving are general UI (a bit prettier wouldn't hurt) and the option to control whitelight on the white channel. I use RGB and White lights in my set up.
A Google User
Nov 26, 2014
Good app Good alternative and I like the fact it has widgets. Certainly useful.