Flashorama is a new jailbreak tweak that allows you to enable the iPhone’s LED flash when using panorama mode. Normally, when switching over to panorama mode, the LED flash is completely unavailable for use. This tweak “fixes” that issue.
Although in most cases you’ll likely be shooting panorama pictures in well lit public areas, it’s nice to have the option to enable the flash if necessary. Take a look inside for a few more details…
Panorama without Flashorama, and with Flashorama
Once installed, you’ll find a new settings preference pane for Flashorama. Inside, there are two settings, a simple kill switch, and a toggle to automatically turn off the LED flash after your panorama shot is complete.
Flashorama is an extremely simple tweak, and probably not something everyone will use. I rarely take panoramic photos in the first place, let alone in the dark. That being said, it’s good to have the option to do so if I wanted to. What do you think?
Flashorama is available right now in Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free.
Flashorama direct Cydia link for iOS users: org.thebigboss.flashorama