Can't find Free flashlight app using front and back camera For I pad mini

Twin90s

Had ap provided by salesman no longer in store

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jimlynch
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This app might prove useful.

Brightest Flashlight Pro
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/brightest-flashlight-pro/id349731986?mt=8

Christopher Nerney
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You can download this free app from iTunes. It appears to use front and back cameras for the flashlight function and works on the iPad mini.

 

Here's an app for 99 cents that also includes front and back camera flashlight support and a magnifying glass.

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