Take full control of the Notification LED on the Galaxy Nexus with Light Flow

Galaxy Nexus Control LED Lightflow

With the launch of the Galaxy Nexus, the useful notification light makes a return to Google’s flagship smartphone. The handy hardware feature blinks a light of various colors to let the user know of notifications before turning on the screen. The default behavior out of the box is to pulse all the colors upon receiving some sort of notification, is although useful but it’s possible to extend this capability further with the Light Flow app.

This application makes it very easy to customize the color, duration and flash rate of almost any type of notification on the phone. Assign any of the 18 selectable colors to anything from missed calls, Gmail, text/MMS, and popular third party apps like Facebook, Twitter, Kik, etc… You could even use it as a charging/complete LED.

This app should not cause any potential privacy concerns, because it does not store the notifications, and the app does not require permissions to access in the internet.

Easy to set up, and vastly improves the user experience. A must have for the Galaxy Nexus.

Lite Version – Most of the functionality

Paid Version – Support the developer and get all features.

Mickey Kim

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