FlashLight HD LED Pro v1.93.03 Apk | .Com

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FlashLight HD LED Pro – There are many flashlight apps, so why get this one ?

– Brightest and most powerful light possible

– It is simple and well designed
– launch it and get light instantly by pressing one button
– uses the integrated FlashLight
– also uses your full screen as a light source (works on all devices)
– add a widget for quick access

Try it. It’s simply the best at what it does.

What’s New
– Fix for all Android 6.0 devices (Marshmallow)
– Minor bugfixes for all models

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