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Sunday, 14 July 2019

Anti Mosquito App – Free AIA – 2019

 Anti Mosquito App – Free AIA – 2019 


So hello Guys Today I am gone to give you the Anti Mosquito App on this website So if you are Interested in that then read and download and stay away from the mosquito at anywhere with the help of your mobile phone.

Can a smartphone app Kill mosquitoes?
In 2012, a radio station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, started transmitting, along with its regular music broadcast, an audio signal at a frequency not audible to the human ear. The station told its listeners to stay close to the radio during the broadcast because the hidden, underlying tone repelled mosquitoes.
The radio station broadcast the high-frequency sound for three weeks, from 6-8pm—peak time for mosquitoes in the region. It claimed that while the tone was “all but inaudible to humans”, to the mosquitoes, it sounded like the flutter and imminent presence of a predator dragonfly.
According to reports, millions of people turned on their radio sets in the evening, as they sat in the open to enjoy the breeze. No one really knows how many avoided being bitten by mosquitoes, but the campaign, sponsored by the Go Outside adventure travel magazine to encourage listeners to step outside, won a prestigious advertising award in 2012.
I read the story recently on the BBC Magazine website after a member of my extended family living in the US, who is incidentally a frequent visitor to India, showed me an iPhone app called “Anti Mosquito—Sonic Repeller”.  This app is free to download from the App Store on your iPhone, and there is also a premium version which costs  60.
“You don’t use this app in India?” she asked me. I was zapped. I had never heard of apps that claim to repel mosquitoes. I’ve seen ultrasonic devices that claim to repel mosquitoes, but not an app.
She touched the phone screen and said, “Can you hear it?” The app claims to emit a tone at three frequencies: 14 kHz, 16 kHz and 20 kHz. The human ear has a hearing range of 20-20,000 Hz (or 20 kHz), but as we age, we find it harder to hear certain frequencies. The radio station in Brazil had transmitted the sound at 15 kHz. I tried a few online hearing tests, but the result varied from one site to another.
So I this sound is programed in the device and sold in the market on the Rs.200
And then I am decided to make an Android app with that sound that can repel Mosquito. 
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