are the lights on? I will no longer know unless I can find a new app.

Ever since I have used the IPhone as my daily phone, there has been an app I love that actually does several different things. The app is called Vision Hunt V2.6.1, and until now it has never failed me. As we know once IOS 11 comes out, 32bit apps won't work anymore, and guess what? yep, you got it. my favorite app for finding light sources, and seeing if they are on or not will no longer work. This isn't the only thing the app can do. it could do other things like be a color identifier, and I think it had other stuff in it too like conversion from fahrenheit to celsius, and I think, but can't remember if it had a money identifier in it too.

I was wondering if anyone knows of an app that is like vision hunt? OK, the app doesn't have to do all of this stuff, but if I can find apps that might be simular, but be in different apps, that would work too.

I do have a money identifier app, and I love how fast it is. I don't have a *good* color identifier app as of right now, but we do have a small device we baught threw amazon that does this for me.

right now, I think I just need something for light sources. Let me also just state right here, I am not one that hates for paying for apps, as long as the app gives me a demo to see if I like it first, or I can see the app in action threw a recording.

Thanks for any suggestions people come up with.

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#1 Potential Replacement Apps

Hi, You could always try Light Detector from Everywhere Technologies and Examine Clothes Color by Masao Miyake. Both work well with VoiceOver.

#3 Boop light detector.

Hi.

I have boop and it's a great free app.

#4 ap suggestions

hi.

I don't know if this is at all helpful but you could try light detector or seeing assistant home.

I don't have any experience with these apps I have just heard of them.

Hope this helps

#5 light detector is the one I

light detector is the one I use.

It has a constant tone which gets higher in pitch when close to the light source or when bright.

It's definitely higher in pitch when you point the camera at the sun.

I mainly use it to tell if my monitor is on since lights have to be really bright before I can see them.