By Von Bruno
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Sonic Ⓥ generates a sine wave tone and gives you easy yet precise control over the frequency. Simply swipe your finger up and down anywhere on the screen to raise or lower the tone frequency. This app allows you to generate tones from 0 Hz all the way up to Ultrasonic 25kHz frequency.
What's New in Version 1.2
-adds apple watch app
An Amazing app my dude
I rarely ever rate apps, but I had jumped into the shower with my iPhone 7 plus since it is advertised as 'water-resistant' — but if It couldn't survive a trip in the shower who know what they mean by resistant— and when I had got out the upper speaker (the one used when calling) was super mumbled so I tried putting it in rice for an hour & nothing, it was still muffled. I then proceeded to blow dry it for 10 minutes and still nothing (also I'm not stupid, I put the blow dryer on cool so it would heat up my device). So I then googled ways to get water out of iPhone 7 speaker and when I read this article on a website I had thought it was some lousy app that just basically makes money from watching the ads. I was desperate and only had 2 options either give the app a try or making the purpose of the phone useless; since apple's 'water-resistant' iPhone 7 warranty doesn't cover water damage. So in less then 2 minutes of me switching the frequencies from high to low, I decided to listen to the same song I had tried to listen too prior to using the app and this time it sounded as if nothing happened to the phones speaker. I honestly don't get the philosophy behind this app, but thanks so much to the person who thought of creating it.
This is the greatest placebo app on the market
If you are considering this app your phone it is probably just been in water and you are freaking out. Well this app will make you feel good but it doesn't work. It makes cool sounds, it feels like you can hear water coming out at high pitches but it doesn't work and the panic of your speakers not working comes back and then you will waste more time thinking you did something wrong. There is only 2 things you can actually do to fix your water in a speaker problem.#1 wait for the water to dry from the speakers and they will be fine (2days for me), #2 buy another phone because it's broken. Still don't believe me? Think about it, this "water out of the speaker" sound problem already exists on the Apple Watch and works great so if only software can fix this problem on your phone wouldn't you think Apple would have already put it in an update by now. So read this and you can save an hour of frustration with this app. You are welcome
sincerely-The guy who goes through the frustration so you don't have to
saved my life(my phone)
LET ME START OFF BY SAYING HOW GRATEFUL I AM THAT THIS APP EXISTS... and then it's FREE too. i normally don't write reviews on apps BUT i just had to for Sonic.. my story is just like everyone else's, i took my iphone 7 into the shower assuming that all would be okay since the iphone 7 is "water resistant." i got water in my speaker blah blah blah and i'm freaking out cause i paid $800-$900 for my phone. i found out about Sonic and let my phone sit at 167 frequency for 5-10 minutes(which is the recommended frequency for getting water out of iphone speakers) and now my speakers are completely normal again. so thankful that i found Sonic. it saved me like $1,000
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Feb 02, 2017
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 24.0 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Seller: Von Bruno
- © VonBruno 2015
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.