Simply an amazing Strobe Light for your phone! Uses your phone's camera flash to simulate a strobe light effect. Flashes the screen white and black if it cannot use the flash. Never be caught at a rave without it!
Picture this. You are having a party at your house. The cute girl from your biology class is there. Suddenly your bro says 'Hey let's turn this into a rave!' Biology girl is feeling it. But sadly, you don't have a strobe light! Your guests leave in disgust and you are mocked for the rest of the school year.
It doesn't have to end that way. With Strobe Light app, simply turn on the switch, place your phone on the table, and let the party begin. Mileage may vary by phone type and flash brightness. Should generally be bright enough to host a rave for 15-20 people.
What's New With Ape Apps?So it's been a full eight months since I've last updated the Ape Apps blog, which I will admit is a pretty big fail on my part, especially considering the fact that the blog receives upwards to a thousand visitors on a given day. And while I have stayed fairly active over at the Ape Apps Forum, this blog remains the more visible outlet for Ape Apps, and leaving it unchanged for months on end Continue Reading...
Strobe Light Hits Windows 10
Party lovers around the world, unite! Today, Ape Apps is proud to announce that the #1 Party App on Android has just landed on the Windows 10 platform for both phones and desktop devices - it's Strobe Light from Ape Apps!
Strobe Light is quite possibly the single most important app that any party lover (or even just casual party attendee) must have on their mobile device. Picture this.Continue Reading...
Strobe Light Comes to Windows Phone!Today, Ape Apps is proud to announce that our award winning Strobe Light app for Android is now available for free on the Windows Phone store!
Strobe Light by Ape Apps is the #1 party strobe light app on the Google Play store today, and now it comes to the Windows Phone platform in all its glory. Strobe light allows you to use your phone's camera flash to simulate a strobe light effect. Continue Reading...