By Andrew P. BostockSource| title Greenlight your next app or video game with IR control with this easy trick article Greenlighters love to show off their cool gadgets, and the devices that do this best are the ones that let you control the power of the light with your finger.
The idea is to set your phone’s IR blaster to be the first device to flash, and then set the power settings to be “on” or “off” depending on whether you’re using the infrared sensor to control a game, music app, or TV app.
In the case of an app or game, you want the app to be set to on, while the game is set to off, so that the app’s power settings are off.
Here’s how to do this with your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
Greenlight your Next App or Video Game with IR Control With a Greenlight app or a video game app, you’ll need a compatible IR blaster, such as the IR Blaster 5 by Greenlight.
You’ll also need a green light that’s set to a specific temperature, or a timer.
Then, you can trigger the app or the game with a button press.
If you have an Apple Watch, you should have the ability to trigger your Greenlight by simply moving your wrist.
How to Turn a GreenLight on and Off Using an IR Blaster IR Blaster apps and games aren’t the only ones that support IR control.
You can also turn on and turn off a GreenLight using your finger, with an app called the Power-Off app.
The Power-On app is a free app that will turn your GreenLight off and on with a tap.
You don’t need to have a Green Light app installed on your phone, iPod touch, or tablet.
Power-Off apps also support “trigger mode,” which lets you set the timer to turn on or off the GreenLight when you tap the button on the app.
For video games, you also need to set the GreenLights on or turn off when the screen turns green, as explained in the video below.
Watch the Video for the Power Up and Power-Down Apps in the Power Down section of this article