No More Mosquitoes

No More Mosquitoes


Keep mosquitoes away! This app plays an ultrasound (that can't be heard by the human ear) that simulates the sexual recall of the male mosquito, causing repulsion to the already fertilized female mosquitoes, the only which are able to bite.

• Social Reports
Take advantage of the power of the user community allied against mosquitoes! It's possible to report and share the presence of mosquitoes in your position, and also view on a map the users feedbacks and anticipate the moves of mosquitoes, avoiding them!
A special LED will light up when mosquitoes have been reported in your area.

• High Resolution Graphic
The graphic is optimized for all the Android devices. It looks real and engaging, both to see and to keep as utility on your phone.

• Green and Non-toxic!
Keep mosquitoes away naturally, avoiding to breathe toxic gas and without environment pollution.

• Free!
You don't have to spend money thank's to the Ad support!

• Tips
Turn up the volume to the highest level for a more effective sound.

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FAQ:
Q.: Is the application working when I read ON or OFF on the button?
A.: The application is not working when you can read the red word "OFF" on the button and it's working when you can read the green word "ON" on the button.

Q.: Why i'm hearing an hiss? / Why I don't hear nothing?
A.: The app plays an high frequency sound. Some people under 30 years old can hear the sound, while over a certain age (variable from person to person) the ear lose the ability to hear high frequency sounds.

Q.: Mosquitoes don't have ears, how do they hear sounds??
A.: Insects don't have ears, but on feelers, that are the mosquitoes aural organs, there are about 15.000 sensorial receptors, structured so to create an "active ear" in which natural vibrations are generated so to amplify the incoming sounds. [Source: Le Scienze on-line]

Q.: Are you telling me that the phone loudspeaker can play ultrasounds?
A.: Actually the frequency used in NoMoreMosquitoes is slightly under the ultrasounds threshold frequency. But it's very close to the limit that can be heard by the human ear (20 kHz), so for the sake of simplicity we called it "ultrasound", because a lot of people can't hear it.

Recent changes:
New 3D maps;
It's possible to report the presence of mosquitoes in the position where you are. You can view yours and all users reports on a geo-located map;
A red LED will light up on the map button when No More Mosquitoes will detect reports of mosquitoes in your area;
In-App update to keep No More Mosquitoes running in background and remove the advertise.
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About No More Mosquitoes
Keep mosquitoes away! This app plays an ultrasound (that can't be heard by the human ear) that simulates the sexual recall of the male mosquito, causing repulsion to the already fertilized female mosquitoes, the only which are able to bite.

• Social Reports
Take advantage of the power of the user community allied against mosquitoes! It's possible to report and share the presence of mosquitoes in your position, and also view on a map the users feedbacks and anticipate the moves of mosquitoes, avoiding them!
A special LED will light up when mosquitoes have been reported in your area.

• High Resolution Graphic
The graphic is optimized for all the Android devices. It looks real and engaging, both to see and to keep as utility on your phone.

• Green and Non-toxic!
Keep mosquitoes away naturally, avoiding to breathe toxic gas and without environment pollution.

• Free!
You don't have to spend money thank's to the Ad support!

• Tips
Turn up the volume to the highest level for a more effective sound.

______________________

FAQ:
Q.: Is the application working when I read ON or OFF on the button?
A.: The application is not working when you can read the red word "OFF" on the button and it's working when you can read the green word "ON" on the button.

Q.: Why i'm hearing an hiss? / Why I don't hear nothing?
A.: The app plays an high frequency sound. Some people under 30 years old can hear the sound, while over a certain age (variable from person to person) the ear lose the ability to hear high frequency sounds.

Q.: Mosquitoes don't have ears, how do they hear sounds??
A.: Insects don't have ears, but on feelers, that are the mosquitoes aural organs, there are about 15.000 sensorial receptors, structured so to create an "active ear" in which natural vibrations are generated so to amplify the incoming sounds. [Source: Le Scienze on-line]

Q.: Are you telling me that the phone loudspeaker can play ultrasounds?
A.: Actually the frequency used in NoMoreMosquitoes is slightly under the ultrasounds threshold frequency. But it's very close to the limit that can be heard by the human ear (20 kHz), so for the sake of simplicity we called it "ultrasound", because a lot of people can't hear it.

Recent changes:
New 3D maps;
It's possible to report the presence of mosquitoes in the position where you are. You can view yours and all users reports on a geo-located map;
A red LED will light up on the map button when No More Mosquitoes will detect reports of mosquitoes in your area;
In-App update to keep No More Mosquitoes running in background and remove the advertise.

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A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
Doesn't work Don't think this one is ultrasonic, sounds like around 4khz. Very hard on the ears, and I watched a mosquito land on my hand and start biting me while I had it running.
A Google User
Feb 19, 2014
14-2-2014- support year Infrom, all friends please Do not near round area block 862 at Tampines mosquitos,
A Google User
Jan 6, 2014
No waste
A Google User
Nov 16, 2013
Weired! Even after switching it off i hear that weired sound.. Peeeeeee... You need a little replacement,make it "no more human" insted of mosquito
A Google User
Sep 21, 2013
Good