This app contains a set of tiny tools: a flashlight, a unit converter, a timer, a stop watch, a compass a bubble level, a calculator, a magnifying glass (Android 2.2+ required), a mirror (Android 2.3+ and front camera required) and a ruler.
Each tool does what it is supposed to do. There’s no space for special effects like 3d compass, talking level, psychedelic flashlight etc: the goal is to have a lightweight, fast and easy to use set of tools, one “tap” away from your home screen.
This app is half the size of a common “standalone tool” like a compass, a flashlight or a magnifying glass. This way you’ll save a lot of disk space. You’ll save network consumption too, not only for the first download but for every update too.
It doesn’t require network access, the permission to write on your flash memory or the permission to read your contacts.
Suggestions, like new features to implement, new tools etc. are welcome. If you want to contribute a translation, please let us know by sending us an email 😉
If you find a bug, please contact us using the “Report a bug” main menu function.
Note: if you write a comment on the Android Market without sending us an email, it’s difficult for us to fix the problem, because usually we need some information (such as smartphone type and version, a way to replicate the problem, etc.)
– Depending on the hardware capabilities of your smartphone, some tools may not be shown
– The permission to use the camera is required in order to turn on the camera flash LED. Some smartphones (for instance the Google Nexus S) don’t light the flash LED if the camera is not running. If you check the most popular flashlight apps, you’ll find out that they all require this permission. Swiss Army Knife doesn’t shot any photos, doesn’t save multimedia info onto the flash card and doesn’t send anything on the internet: it doesn’t require the network permission at all.
CURRENT VERSION: 1.4.1
REQUIRES ANDROID: 1.6 and up
I have a Samsung Galaxy 5 (updated with Lollipop), and when I open the compass function, the North sometimes points north, and sometimes a random direction! Even if I close it and open it when the phone is lying down and hasn’t changed position.
I do like the suite of tools overall, but the main reason I got it was the compass, and looks like I’ll have to get another app for that unless you can fix this.
Hello, I use this tool for a long time and has always been very satisfied.
However, the app for Android 5.0 (Galaxy S5) does not work properly. Could you please perform an adjustment for Lollipop.
Many thanks in advance 🙂
Many of these tools mention calibration. How does one do that?
I am also struggling to work out how to calibrate. There is no menu option or settings option anywhere.
nice and use full application thanks to developer
I downloaded this file but file can’t open, why?
is it true
Nice & Useful apps. Thanks to developer.
Really a awesome app. Thnx for sharing.
very useful app ! tnx 4 share it !
Nice…all of them
Just like the real thing.