'Here's a test - if you love gadgets, or were ever a kid who wished to be one of the Ghostbusters/Goonies - then this is your app!

I’m fascinated with the paranormal, but consider myself an “open-minded skeptic”. At first, I never rec’d a direct, spoken response from Ghost Radar, although it gave me the creeps a few times (especially the first night!). Now, that’s changed…the last few months Ghost Radar has impressed me with multiple "relevant", eerie responses. For example, just tonight it produced these results: walking up to my house and admiring my neighbors' Xmas lights, the app said "neighbor". A few minutes later, while listening to a late night radio show, the app said "George" twice...random, until remembering the radio show host's name is "George". Yeah, weird.

Often, the app is aware of iPhone's current state of being: on the edge of furniture, it's responded "fall", "level", etc. It's also replied with contentment when charging the battery. In fairness, Ghost Radar's responses could be attributed to a complex analysis of iPhone's sensors (location, audio-matching w/ the mic); but maybe not... Nonetheless, impressive!

Like all apps, there are detractors; but after navigating the sea of bad grammar from the reviews of children/trolls; consider why you searched this app, and realize it's the best paranormal app currently available for the iPhone.

There are lots of practical apps out there, but this one embodies the sense of wonder and possibility through the iPhone. And out of all my apps, Ghost Radar garners the most interest and questions from people. It still manages to surprise and puzzle me...and after a few months, how many apps can you say that about?!
“It has magic in it.”' - lunarvision, Dec 17, 2009

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Ghost Radar employs a proprietary algorithm to analyze the quantum flux. This application does NOT detect EMF nor gravity. Readings for various sensors on iPhone/iPod are analyzed to detect QUANTUM Fluctuations. Interpretations of the sensor readings are displayed graphically as blips on the radar along with numeric and textual readouts.

You can temporarily use Ghost Radar as an extra source of light, like a flashlight, in a dark environment. If you're wandering the dark, using Ghost Radar to search for the paranormal and need a bit of extra light just swipe Ghost Radar from the bottom to the top and the screen will instantly turn a bright white, then tap the screen to return to the radar. On the other hand, if Ghost Radar is too bright for your nightly adventure just swipe the radar from right to left and the screen will go dark, touch the screen again and the radar will return to view. Neither the bright screen nor the dark screen have any effect on the radar doing its job. The radar continues to function even when you can't see it. And with Ghost Radar's speech synthesizer you will be able to hear when something is happening.

Ghost Radar attempts to translate the quantum flux readings into a spoken word. Hopefully the entities you are trying to interact with can manipulate the flux and have Ghost Radar speak their words. Supported language localizations are available in English, Italian, German, French, Japenese, and Spanish.

Please visit the Ghost Radar support web site http://www.spudpickles.com/GhostRadar/ to learn how to tune into your environment.

New in this Version:
Store readings so they are not lost when the application is closed.
Fixed the three lights to progressively light as the application warms up.
Present the stored words by the date the application was started.
Added a color to the words to represent how warm the radar was when the word was recorded.
Added the ability to turn off speaking during the warm-up period.

Full info on Appulous ">

Ghost Radar (2.1.0)

Posted in Utilities by Appulo.us. Published Januar 14th, 2010

Ghost Radar (2.1.0)
Spud Pickles
Category: Utilities
Price: $0.99
Cracker: stasis

Application Description:
Please visit the Ghost Radar Frequently Asked Questions page http://www.spudpickles.com/grfaq



“A fun, freaky little app enjoyed by anybody who appreciates the mysteries surrounding us!”

‘Here’s a test – if you love gadgets, or were ever a kid who wished to be one of the Ghostbusters/Goonies – then this is your app!



I’m fascinated with the paranormal, but consider myself an “open-minded skeptic”. At first, I never rec’d a direct, spoken response from Ghost Radar, although it gave me the creeps a few times (especially the first night!). Now, that’s changed…the last few months Ghost Radar has impressed me with multiple “relevant”, eerie responses. For example, just tonight it produced these results: walking up to my house and admiring my neighbors’ Xmas lights, the app said “neighbor”. A few minutes later, while listening to a late night radio show, the app said “George” twice…random, until remembering the radio show host’s name is “George”. Yeah, weird.



Often, the app is aware of iPhone’s current state of being: on the edge of furniture, it’s responded “fall”, “level”, etc. It’s also replied with contentment when charging the battery. In fairness, Ghost Radar’s responses could be attributed to a complex analysis of iPhone’s sensors (location, audio-matching w/ the mic); but maybe not… Nonetheless, impressive!



Like all apps, there are detractors; but after navigating the sea of bad grammar from the reviews of children/trolls; consider why you searched this app, and realize it’s the best paranormal app currently available for the iPhone.



There are lots of practical apps out there, but this one embodies the sense of wonder and possibility through the iPhone. And out of all my apps, Ghost Radar garners the most interest and questions from people. It still manages to surprise and puzzle me…and after a few months, how many apps can you say that about?!

“It has magic in it.”’ – lunarvision, Dec 17, 2009



————————————-



Ghost Radar employs a proprietary algorithm to analyze the quantum flux. This application does NOT detect EMF nor gravity. Readings for various sensors on iPhone/iPod are analyzed to detect QUANTUM Fluctuations. Interpretations of the sensor readings are displayed graphically as blips on the radar along with numeric and textual readouts.



You can temporarily use Ghost Radar as an extra source of light, like a flashlight, in a dark environment. If you’re wandering the dark, using Ghost Radar to search for the paranormal and need a bit of extra light just swipe Ghost Radar from the bottom to the top and the screen will instantly turn a bright white, then tap the screen to return to the radar. On the other hand, if Ghost Radar is too bright for your nightly adventure just swipe the radar from right to left and the screen will go dark, touch the screen again and the radar will return to view. Neither the bright screen nor the dark screen have any effect on the radar doing its job. The radar continues to function even when you can’t see it. And with Ghost Radar’s speech synthesizer you will be able to hear when something is happening.



Ghost Radar attempts to translate the quantum flux readings into a spoken word. Hopefully the entities you are trying to interact with can manipulate the flux and have Ghost Radar speak their words. Supported language localizations are available in English, Italian, German, French, Japenese, and Spanish.



Please visit the Ghost Radar support web site http://www.spudpickles.com/GhostRadar/ to learn how to tune into your environment.

New in this Version:
Store readings so they are not lost when the application is closed.

Fixed the three lights to progressively light as the application warms up.

Present the stored words by the date the application was started.

Added a color to the words to represent how warm the radar was when the word was recorded.

Added the ability to turn off speaking during the warm-up period.

Full info on Appulous



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