When I first had my Palm Treo, the large screen allowed it to become a brilliant flashlight. The concept that I had a flashlight in my hand as long as I had my phone was actually kind of a mind blowing concept at the time and of course – there was an app for that 😉 .
Fast forward to todays world of App stores and there are a thousand apps that allow you to use either the flash on the back of your phone or the screen itself as a flashlight. But which one is the best? I have settled on the DashLight (Torch/Flashlight) which I use via a widget on my homescreen, but I still keep Tiny Flashlight + LED around for those rare occasions when I have a phone without an LED Flash – looking at you LG Optimus F5.
So now, over to you. Which App do you use for your flashlight/torch?[app]com.spectrl.DashLight[/app] [app]com.devuni.flashlight[/app] Found a good deal on an app you’d like to share? Are you an Australian developer with an app you would like reviewed? Or have you found a most expensive app on the Play Store? Let me know! You can tweet me or email me.
Unlock: Open the App, go to Paramaters(gear icon) and click the first tab “Advanced View” you can enter the promo code ‘appoftheday’ to unlock the full version. Note: You WILL need an internet connection to verify the code.
$0.00 – was $2.49
A simple and easy-to-use unit converter to handle any conversion you’ll ever need.
The beautiful holo-themed user interface allows for quick and easy conversions from a number in one unit to another. The goal is to keep it simple – you won’t be overwhelmed with an excess of options and settings, allowing you to perform your desired conversion as quickly as possible. Perfect for work, school or in the kitchen.
Note: This app is normally free, no bonus here.
$0.00 – was $0.00
SkySafari 3 comes in three versions. This is basic version of SkySafari. It shows you 46,000 stars, plus 220 of the best-known star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies in the sky. It displays the Solar System’s major planets and moons using NASA spacecraft imagery, and includes the best-known asteroids and comets.
$0.99 – was $2.99
Have you ever wondered what a knot looks like rotated 40° or maybe 90°? Or maybe you want to see what a Trilene knot or Constrictor knot looks like from the back? Use your finger to spin the knot and see how it looks from any angle in 3D!
$0.99 – was $1.99
Distant Suns (max)
Distant Suns (max) astronomy app is an award-winning hand-held planetarium with over 25 years of development, offering you the new way to look at the sky from on the Earth to off. Sporting over 130,000 stars, all 8 (or is it 9?) planets, the sun and moon, constellations, galaxies, nebula and star clusters, Distant Suns offers a gracefully visual respite from a busy day. While others play games, you can travel to the stars.
$3.26 – was $5.99
Bounty Hunter: Black Dawn
Trial: Bounty Hunter: Black Dawn Free
An FPS (First Person Shooting) game with RPG element.
A total of 4 classes with more than 100 skills and numerous random attribute equipment drops are at your disposal.
Fight through large maps, challenging quests, and online multiplayer system.
Come and join the adventure team on the Muspel Planet!
$0.99 – was $2.99
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