TF: Screen Light Classic

TF: Screen Light Classic


Screen Light Classic is a plugin for Tiny Flashlight and depends on it.

The classic Screen Light from Tiny Flashlight v4.x. available to those of you, who prefer the old design.

** Note: While on the Lights screen you can long-press on a given light to enter edit mode. In edit mode you can rearrange the lights' order by dragging. The light in the first position will be loaded by default when the application starts. This way you can choose your default light.

Features:

* Updated to support the latest android devices with 1080p screen resolution.
* Tablet support
* Full accessibility and d-pad interface navigation (doesn't require touch)
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File size
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About TF: Screen Light Classic
Screen Light Classic is a plugin for Tiny Flashlight and depends on it.

The classic Screen Light from Tiny Flashlight v4.x. available to those of you, who prefer the old design.

** Note: While on the Lights screen you can long-press on a given light to enter edit mode. In edit mode you can rearrange the lights' order by dragging. The light in the first position will be loaded by default when the application starts. This way you can choose your default light.

Features:

* Updated to support the latest android devices with 1080p screen resolution.
* Tablet support
* Full accessibility and d-pad interface navigation (doesn't require touch)

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A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
suck it it can suck itself Boring
A Google User
Jan 11, 2015
Liked it b4 Why change it when there wasn't anything wrong
A Google User
Dec 25, 2014
Good
A Google User
Dec 16, 2014
مهران خيلى خوبه ممنونمツ
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Nice but why split tge tools? Nice lighting tool, but why break the features into seoarate apps?