Founders of launch FlashBeats app for creating light shows by smartphone flashlight

Roman Kirigetov and Oleksandr Yuriev, founders of the service, have launched a new project – FlashBeats, the application for flash synchronization.

This application allows you to create amazing lighting parties with thousands of mobile devices. They will flash to the beat of the music. You can use it at concerts, open-air events, and nightclubs.


The app is available on iOS, and the Android version will appear by the end of the year.

A one-month subscription costs $2.99. The pro version of the app allows you to convert your music (Apple Music, Spotify), organize “parties,” and invite other users to them. The application is free for guests.

If you know the location of each smartphone, you can create symbols and images from them. A custom light show for large events can be organized at a separate cost. In Ukraine, FlashBeats has already been tested on Atlas Weekend, and other integrations are being prepared.


FlashBeats now has more than 50,000 downloads, and its key markets are the United States, Japan, and China. According to Kirigetov, they have invested more than $10,000 in the project. They are not looking for investors yet.