Lightflow update adds fixes for Jelly Bean


Lightflow, one of the killer applications for those who own devices with multi-colored notification LEDs, has gotten an upgrade in the Google Play Store. This update is mainly to fix compatibility with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but also fixes some crash issues, an issue with Motorola’s Ice Cream Sandwich calendar app, and fixes initialization issues to ensure notifications are being enabled properly. If you have experienced any of these issues or are on Jelly Bean you will want to grab it right away. [Play Store]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Love this app on my Nexus!

  2. Tasker’s secure setting plugin got the same treatment today :)

  3. they updated yesterday…. but still not 100% functional on Jelly bean.

  4. Trackball Alert Pro is better and more cusromisable. Defo recommend that.

    1. Trackball Alert Pro requires root.

  5. What about GS3 support for North American versions. It was all f-ed up when I installed last week

    1. I’m working on S3 support for the US version. I’m also tracking my USPS shipment to the UK with my AT&T model of the phone

  6. First must-have app for any Galaxy Nexus. I emailed the dev over the weekend about problems on JB, he sent back the new version for me to test. How can you not like that? Solved all of my problems on JB.

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