If you're afraid of the dark then perhaps you carry a torch around with you wherever you go, like me. While it's great for checking that there are no ghosts or monsters around, it can get a little cumbersome.
Thankfully, LightCommunicator helps you dispense with the need for a torch, allowing you to harness your LCD screen on your mobile to shed some light on any subject.
There are already a few programs that provide you with a light, and many phone models include this feature built-in.
LightCommunicator is a bit different though, because it offers three different light modes.
There's a disco mode to attract attention when you're in a nightclub, a car headlight mode, which provides a medium brightness light, and a maximum-intensity function for bright illumination when things are really dark.
Ultimately, the first two modes are a bit gimmicky. The party mode lighting simply isn't strong enough for people to see you across a packed dancefloor, and if you tried to guide a car at night using the headlight mode you'd end up in the nearest ditch.
At maximum strength though, the program provides a useful way of finding your way.
If you're a night owl who doesn't want the burden of carrying a torch around with you all the time, LightCommander is a useful piece of kit.