Web App: iLit - Yet Another iPhone Light

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Hi, I've been using iLight for a while now, mainly to light my way from the office back to my bedroom at night. One thing I noticed is that along the way my iPhone will dim itself because it's gone idle, requiring me to tap it and "wake it back up." Trying to do this with the phone facing away from you is a little odd at times, enough so that I decided to make my own using html to keep the screen from going dim. While I was at it I decided to add a brightness level that offers a dim red light as an alternative to the bright white.

I used iPhone Apper to create a Widget, which you can download from this post's attachment. Or you can bookmark the link below on your iPhone:

http://www.dezign999.com/ilit/

 

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Hi, I've been using iLight for a while now, mainly to light my way from the office back to my bedroom at night.
Replace the hallway light switch with a motion sensor switch (~$10) and save your iPhone's battery (~$89)!
 

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Replace the hallway light switch with a motion sensor switch (~$10) and save your iPhone's battery (~$89)!
I'd need an awful lot of these motion switch lights to illuminate my path, plus i need a dimmer for when I get to my room, as not to wake my girlfriend.

I whipped up this page to fit that exact criteria.

Not waking up the lady?
Priceless...

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