Anti Mosquito Sound

Anti Mosquito Sound

Mosquitoes are really annoying small-sized blood-sucking insects that can ruin any night, be it at home or somewhere else. Now you can use a free Android application, called Anti Mosquito Sound that claims it will save you from mosquitoes. We do not know this for sure as we didn’t have mosquitoes around to test the app with but Anti Mosquito Sound is free so there’s nothing to lose.

The thing behind Anti Mosquito Sound is simple – mosquitoes can hear annoying high frequency sounds that people are not capable of hearing. This is what Anti Mosquito Sound uses to drive mosquitoes away. Working with the app is a simple task – just run this application and then select the sound frequency by using a simple slider. Then press the large button up front and you are good to go. When done just press it again to turn the sound off. You are also advised to turn the volume of your Android device to the max.

To tell you the truth we were able to hear the sounds emitted even when reaching the right end of the slider so we cannot tell you for sure if Anti Mosquito Sound really works. The results may depend on your device too so don’t think of Anti Mosquito Sound as the ultimate solution to mosquito problems. Still it is a nice and free try so if you are interested you can take a look at this app here on Google Play.

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