[prMac.com] Kaunas, Lithuania – During my volunteering in Portugal and Spain we used the special electric perfume devices in our environment against the mosquitoes. I thought, if all the mosquitoes dies breathing this perfume, why I’m breathing this air? I decided to search better and healthier ways to protect myself. I found some phone apps with the ultrasound repellent function, but they where amateur-like and sometimes failed to work. So, we decided to make our own stylish “No! Mosquito!” application to improve the functionality to protect us against the mosquitoes. And it works!
If you have an iPhone, then with a few clicks and for free, you can download and try the ultrasound repellent application “No! Mosquito!” developed by the Cursor Plus MB team.
This app creates the sonic waves and pulses that humans can’t hear, but the mosquitoes do. As you may know, mosquito males are not blood eaters, only the female mosquito bites and only when she has eggs inside her body. She needs human blood that allows her to mature these eggs. At that time mosquito female don’t want to meet mosquito males, because she is already fertilized. By changing application parameters you can simulate the mosquito male buzzing sound so female mosquitoes will go away.
It’s easy to work with the “No! Mosquito!” application. Press the big “power” button and you will see how the app will change from the static view to the illuminated “buzzing” mode. Because the waves are almost inaudible, it’s clear when the app is working. Change the frequency range from 14 to 22 kHz and you will find the “best working spot” for your environment and your mosquitoes. Keep the volume high for better protection. You can change parameters easily and next time the application will remember what you have chosen. I found that I can hear 14 – 15 kHz waves so I decided to change all modes to higher than 16.5 kHz frequency because it’s better to sleep when you can’t hear that noise. It’s good to have a timer as you don’t need to worry about closing the app. It will turn off the session for you automatically.
On the market, there are a few applications like this, but those lack advance functionality and appear amateur. Most of them have a background mode only in the paid version, so with the free version you will drain your battery because the screen will remain lit all night. “No! Mosquito!” app has this background mode for free.
If you want to have a stylish and more functional anti-mosquito app in your phone, we suggest you to try this application. For no cost you will get all the functions that other developers are offering in their paid versions (background mode, full scale 14 – 22 kHz sinus wave ranges, and timer). Two color skins are also free. For an additional $0.99, you get the extended smart mode and the auto mode algorithms for better protection. Plus you will get the presets where you can save different parameters and play all these together during an audio session.
* Auto noise generation algorithm (14 – 22 kHz),
* Runs in the background
* Smart frequency range selector
* Battery saving timer
* Manual frequency slider
* Simple app design for your elegant apps archives
* Blue and pink skins for color lovers night light mode, when sound waves are turned on
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 3.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
No Mosquito – Insect Repellent 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.Cursor Plus
No! Mosquito! – Insect Repellent 1.0
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Located in Kaunas, Lithuania, Cursor Plus MB was founded in 2014 by Edvardas Damusis. All the people in company have experience in programming and website design for more than 10 years. Our goal is to create useful and stylish iPhone apps for daily usage. We love what we do, we work with passion for the people, who like smart phones, smart watches and other smart devices. All Material and Software (C) 2014-2007 Cursor Plus MB / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.