Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) June 01, 2012
For decades pop culture and folklore have generated stories relating to paranormal phenomena which helped cultivate generations of explorers investigating ghostly activity. With the latest update to Excelltech’s Paranormal Recorder, the hunt for communication from apparitions is as close as your smartphone.
According to developer Ed Williams, paranormal phenomenon is most often reported with abnormal electromagnetic fields. “The Paranormal Recorder uses raw, magnetic data from the device’s digital compass to trigger audio recording,” he said. “The electronic voice phenomenons, or EVPs, are caused by electromagnetic fluctuations, which reflect paranormal forces that occur during these communications.”
Originally released in March of 2009, Paranormal Recorder only records audio when the electromagnetic fields around the device fall outside normal limits. Just as a motion activated light helps detect possible intruders, the electromagnetic activator recorder helps the paranormal investigator detect a ghostly visitor. An entire night’s worth of recording can be reduced to a dozen minutes of audio that had high electromagnetic fluctuations associated with it.
Since the April 2011 release of version 3.11, users of Paranormal Recorder have uploaded more than 1200 possible EVP samples to the audio sharing SoundCloud. With the recent release of version 4.0 investigators and skeptics alike can further discuss paranormal issues on the apps Facebook page. “Paranormal Recorder gives ghosts the opportunity to communicate with the people on this side,” said Williams. “The data can be captured and downloaded for further analysis, bringing communication with the other side into the palm of your hand. You might say this app puts your finger on the pulse of paranormal activity.”
All you need is a device with the iPhone Operating System 4.0 or later and $ 2.99 to start downloading the next best thing to being there! Paranormal Recorder 3.11 is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Excelltech, creator of the famous “Fake-a-Call” app, has designed over 30 applications for the iPhone as well as several titles for the Blackberry and Android platforms. The company is dedicated to utilizing mobile technology to deliver useful innovations and entertaining diversions. For more information on Excelltech please contact them online. Copyright (C) 2011 Excelltech Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
The top selling paranormal investigative app for iOS, Paranormal Recorder, is now available for Android devices. The app works on the premise that paranormal phenomenon is associated with abnormal electromagnetic fields. To capture audio likely to contain paranormal communications, Paranormal Recorder uses the magnetic compass found in smart phones to monitor electromagnetic fields and to trigger recordings only when abnormal readings are detected.
The recordings created by Paranormal Recorder often contain unexplainable noises and voices. Researchers have given these types of recordings a name, electronic voice phenomenon, or EVP.
“Paranormal investigators have already shared nearly 1500 examples of EVP from iOS devices”, said creator Ed Williams. “With the large numbers of Android devices in the public I’m hopeful that we’ll hear even clearer examples of EVP captured with Paranormal Recorder.”
Recordings created by Paranormal Recorder can be found at the Paranormal Recordings Soundcloud Page.
Excelltech, creator of the famous “Fake-A-Call” app, has designed over 30 applications for the iPhone as well as several titles for the Blackberry and Android platforms. The company is dedicated to utilizing mobile technology to deliver useful innovations and entertaining diversions. For more information on Excelltech please contact them online. Copyright (C) 2012 Excelltech Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.