Stealth Tone is a special tool that most 20+ year olds cannot hear! Due to a special frequency, you can play this annoying sound in stealth mode. It also includes an audible sound similar to a grenade dropping.
Great for various scenarios! If you're in a classroom and want to play a practical joke on your classmates without the teacher ever knowing, this is the perfect utility.
If you're an adult hosting a party and want to drive teens away, hook up this app to some speakers and watch the underage kids leave!
Got a younger sibling you just can't stand? Crank it up!
Do not play the sound provided by this application at a high amplification or for a prolonged period of time as it may damage your hearing. Please read the standard App Store EULA for more detailed information.
- Updated UI
- New "Stories" section
Ratings and Reviews
My cousin showed it to me (13), and all of my sisters (6,8,10) and other cousins (10,14) could hear it. Then we showed it to my mom (39) and aunt (37) and they couldn't hear anything. They didn't believe us that there was a noise. After a while my mom said she could hear something vibrating. Sometimes I will turn it on just to see what my sisters will do and sometimes they will scream "turn it off, turn it off" , and other times they won't notice. The noise is so faint though it gets hard to hear after a while.
What made my mom finally believe me that there was actually a noise was that we were in a restaurant, and a adult turn it on on their phone. All of my sisters and I covered our ears and moaned. My mom asked what was wrong, and we told her. The adult at the restaurant couldn't hear it and thought it was so funny. The lady also had a baby with her and eventually the noise woke up her baby. Then it wasn't so funny to her anymore. She quick turned it off and tried to rock her baby back to sleep. I like it, but it will make my ears ring.
I Pulled a Prank on my Teacher!!!!
My science teacher is an old man who believes in life on other planets. He was explaining stories to us about incidents when people got "abducted" in the past, one of them being where they heard a high pitched noise that no one else could hear. So, during that story, I decided to turn on stealth. Immediately, all the kids started screaming and covering their ears! It was HILARIOUS to see my teacher freak out because he thought were gonna be abducted!!!!
Anyway, to all you people who can't hear it, it's probably because you inner tube thing broke. You still may have perfect hearing, but if that tube thing breaks, you won't hear Stealth because that tube measures high frequency sounds. The tube breaks usually by 20 but some adults still have that tube so they can hear high frequency sounds too. That's why some kids CAN'T hear it and why some adults CAN.
Great. Not Perfect.
This is an excellent app. I have it on both an iPod and an iPad. However, what I DON'T like is that there's no official iPad support so the only options are to play it at the iPod touch/iPhone size or blow it up so that it's pixelly (yes, I made up that word). How hard would it be for the developer to just stretch it up and out for the iPad?
Plus, I don't like the ads, but then again, it is free.
For any people out there who don't know how to return to the main menu of Stealth Tone when activating the timer or alarm, here's how you do it…
1. Make sure that you have Zoom turned off (in Settings > General > Accessibility).
2. When the alarm or timer is going off, single-tap with three fingers.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.