Flash to Torch - The best magnifying glass with light
Flash to Torch turns your camera into a powerful magnifying glass with light.
Unleash the true power of camera with software zoom in an easy to use magnifier with flashlight. Pause magnifier midway and capture magnified images. GRAB THIS APP FOR FREE AND SHARE IT NOW TO HELP OTHERS GRAB IT FREE.
Get a few times higher magnification (zoom) compared to similar apps and the inbuilt camera app with the help of software zoom.
Software zoom allows to magnify even if camera doesn't support zoom at all. Get magnifying power similar to a microscope with back or selfie camera.
Multiplies camera magnification power with software zoom.
Magnifies on camera that doesn't support zoom.
Supports pinch to zoom.
Pause magnifier to freeze the camera.
Save and share magnified images.
Flashlight for better visiblity at high zoom levels.
Manually adjustable white-balance and exposure.
Continuous auto focus with tap to focus immediately.
Additional lens accessory not necessary.
Remembers last zoom level and camera used.
Setting to prevent device from sleeping while magnifier is open.
Setting to turn on multi-window support on devices with Nougat and above.
Achieves greater magnification and clarity, compared to a real magnifying glass, on most devices.
Works while the app is in background.
Supports front and back camera LED flash.
Large multicolured buttons for fast and easy operation of torch.
Screenlight included and can be used along with flashlight for additional brightness.
Useful on devices with large selfie flashlight.
Brighter than inbuilt system torch on many devices.
Useful like a magnifying lens to read in absence of spectacles for people with farsightedness, nearsightedness, and other eye problems.
Read and capture tiny text of disclaimers and details on advertisements and labels with the help of magnifying glass.
View small hallmarks on ornaments like with a loupe.
See tiny electronic parts without a separate loupe. Useful for soldering and reading fine prints on Integrated Circuits, transistors, etc. with magnifying glass.
Observe tiny objects, insects and creatures as you would with microscope.
Capture magnified images of tiny things.
Detect and find mites as if with a loupe.
Magnify and capture images in the dark.
Use it as a magnifying lens to find dead pixels on screens.
Possibly use to check camera quality, detect fake material, currency notes, etc.
See in the dark. No need to keep and maintain separate torch for light.
Use front torch on devices with bigger front flash than back flash.
Use magnifier to pause camera and read anything in hard to reach places like a label stuck behind TV.
Get two way light using back flashlight and screen light together.
Type while reading small text with magnifier using multi-window support.
Camera permission is required to start magnifier or torch.
File storage permission is required to save captured images.
It is technically not possible to start both back and front flash together.
Images are not captured at camera resolution, but captured somewhat around the device screen resolution because, software zoom processes magnification at that resolution.