By Aaron RASMUSSEN
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
This app is intended for entertainment purposes only and does not provide true ghost detecting functionality.
MrGhost is the companion app for the MrGhost EMF detector that plugs into your headphone jack. Don't have the peripheral? No worries! This app works as an advanced sound level detector with your regular microphone so it will be fun anyways.
Without Mr.Ghost it shows you:
- Audio Waveform
- Audio level history
- Audio RMS power
Adjust the sensitivity all the way left, and swing your phone back and forth in gyro mode to see the direction of high volume sound sources.
Glow mode glows brighter/hotter based on sound level, it also allows recording of your audio and the ability to mail the file to yourself.
If you do have Mr.Ghost it shows you
- EMF level
- EMF waveform
- EMF level history
In gyro mode swinging the phone back and forth shows you the direction of EMF sources
Glow mode glows brighter the closer you are to a source.
Record the fields and email them to yourself for later analysis.
What's New in Version 1.35
Now compatible with iPhone5s
Sensitivity now automatically scales for phone model
I don't know what problem the other reviews have had but I've had the mrghost app for a while now and it and the antenna work perfectly fine on my 5s I'm constantly using it around my house and job. 5 stars for this perfectly functional and amazing app
Needs immediate feedback
The visuals execute alright on the iPhone, but the fact that I cannot hear the EMF audio as I wave the iPhone around and the fact that it picks up actual sound waves too doesn't work out very well. I usually end up pointing the phone at anything that reads high enough only to find out the crackling sound it made was pretty lame.
Doesn't work with 5S or...
...it's soo fragile it breaks before you get it in the mail. I've gotten three of these antennas now and Not One works with my iPhone 5S with the latest iOS. This entire process has taken over a month in a half. I'm getting my money back from ThinkGeek.
Only good thing about it all was the prompt email assistance you will get with the guy that owns the product.
Still, looks cool, sounds cool, but my experience sucked. All very very unacceptable.