LitraTorch New 2.0 iphone app to control lights???

1 year 14 hours ago #672995 by Dave Burburry
I just picked up 2 of these Torch 2.0 lights from Litra.  I could have sworn I read somewhere that you can control and dim these from an App?  I don't see any such app.  Am I missing something here? 


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1 year 5 hours ago #673035 by Eric A
Hey Dave, I have both Litra lights and LumeCubes.  LumeCube is the one that has the app.  Litra doesn't have app on their smaller lights.  

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11 months 3 weeks ago #673437 by Soccer Mom
Litra pro has app support 

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11 months 2 weeks ago #674506 by F Anderson

Soccer Mom wrote: Litra pro has app support 


I wonder why they don't have it for the smaller lights?  


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11 months 2 weeks ago #674606 by J Photo Man
+1 app would be nice, plus to see battery life and such


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11 months 2 weeks ago #674625 by garyrhook

F Anderson wrote:

Soccer Mom wrote: Litra pro has app support 


I wonder why they don't have it for the smaller lights?  


That would be a price point and upgrade feature issue. They want you to buy the better product.


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