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Alienka
05-11-2013, 05:18 PM
Hi guys,

I see that there are several apps available for iPhone/Android phone/tablet that make it possible to communicate with spirits. Is anyone here tried them? Any good?

So far, one of the best tools is P-SB7 voice box for doing that. I know that phone apps are way cheaper, but is it worth it at all? :confused1:

Farallon
07-11-2013, 01:43 AM
The mediums I have talked to have told me to stay away from these, as they are another form of a Ouija board.

Teal
07-11-2013, 03:19 AM
I find that interesting farallon...nothing like a Ouija board in my opinion.It can be fun and makes you think wow. Do what you feel necessary to protect yourself.Start out slow. Do it during day when you won't scare yourself. Keep it general. You can research the app before you down load.
I have a few apps typically when I feel or hear or see I will turn on my apps just to see if it is picked up. But you can communicate without a app. anyone can.
If you are thinking of using a app I can recommend a couple for you. It uses a lot of battery and data.

Alienka
07-11-2013, 07:43 PM
Hi Teal,
Thank you for your advice. I'll try it in the daytime.
Now, what are the best apps out there known to you?
So far, it seems that EHOVOX System 2.3 sounds good. What do you think?




I find that interesting farallon...nothing like a Ouija board in my opinion.It can be fun and makes you think wow. Do what you feel necessary to protect yourself.Start out slow. Do it during day when you won't scare yourself. Keep it general. You can research the app before you down load.
I have a few apps typically when I feel or hear or see I will turn on my apps just to see if it is picked up. But you can communicate without a app. anyone can.
If you are thinking of using a app I can recommend a couple for you. It uses a lot of battery and data.

Spirit Seeker
08-11-2013, 03:50 PM
My best advice for the phone apps is try the free ones first, see if you like them or not. I have a few apps on my tablet, but I don't really use them since I've probably spent over $2000 on different types of equipment for investigating with. I need to get my monies worth out of them! :wink:

For the Spirit Box / Ouija Board comparison. I've heard the debate that they are the same thing and that they or not. IMHO, anything you use to communicate with Spirits is of the same camp. A different means to fufilling the same objective: contact.

Though I don't necessairly agree that using a Ouija board is akin to opening a portal into a dark place. That's more the intent of the person using the board, or any device for that matter. I agree 100% with what Teal said regarding its use.

Bottome line, if you feel uncomfortable taking part in any type of paranormal communication, then its best you don't do it until you're ready.

Joe51563
26-02-2014, 10:49 PM
I downloaded the Echovox for iPhone app and the very first recording I got was a distant male voice saying "help me some one".

anditmakesmewonder
03-05-2014, 10:33 PM
Has anyone tried Ghost Radar? I just downloaded the free version out of curiosity yesterday. But lots of people say it's only for entertainment, some says it's real, some says there's some truth to it, some compare to an ouija board. I'm not really sure what to think.
When I first started the app it got me some words and a weak signal. (App FAQ says when you first start it may get random things and that's up to us to decide if the answers we got are real or not) Then I placed my Ipod on bed and two more stronger signals on radar. And I thought "that's it, it was the bump, that vibration made these signals appeared". Tried again to bump it, nothing at all. So it went pretty dead after that.
Then some signals again, some words, once I got a name and started trying to talk to it the app went crazy with so many words and signals. So it got me wondering if the app is more responsive when it capture our voices on the mic. Maybe that's the trick?
Someone mentioned that it probably get info from our data/history on mobile device to pick the random words. But all the words I got had nothing to do with any of stuff I have on my Ipod. Still it doesn't mean that they couldn't just program some sequences of words that may have some meaning on purpose.
So, what do you guys think about it? Just a toy? They say the app doesn't have any way to do what it claims but what about an ouija board? It doesn't have any technology on it, nothing... and some people believe it.
(I've never tried one except a similar game where we used a compass for drafting and we would write the letters in a circle around it, I'm pretty sure each of my friends messed up with the responses - we were just teenagers)

SemperVI
20-05-2014, 01:16 AM
At the end of the day, it is an application using the same APIs and software frameworks that Candy Crush or Checkers is using. I would not consider it anything more than a marketing gimmick

Teal
29-05-2014, 09:52 PM
I personally like ghost radar and spirit vox and echo vox. Anything by big beard.
But have fun try the free versions first. See what suits you and may work for you. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

NYBrit
20-06-2014, 07:31 PM
I downloaded the T1 Ghost Box app for Android. So far all I'm hearing is random generated words that seem to be french or something. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get the best out of this app?

Badger1777
20-06-2014, 09:52 PM
I am extremely sceptical about this.

Some very clever people have been trying for a lot of years to prove or disprove the paranormal with the aid of electronics.

And now a bunch of programmers have cracked it on a standard piece of every day phone kit? Hmmm.

I'm a programmer. Its been my paid job for 20 years, and my hobby for 30 years. I think I'm pretty good at it. Yet I can't achieve anything like this, simply because I know that the hardware has nothing in it that would facilitate this. The phone itself will have a number of sensors. A mic and camera, motion sensor, accelerometer, and sometimes a few others depending on the phone but nothing special. The CPU in the phone will be a fairly run of the mill CPU, probably with some limited digital signal processing capability built in. And the code that runs on the phone will boil down to plain old cold logic.

If these apps worked, it would be the mainstream news event of a lifetime. It would be bigger than confirmation of multiple dimensions and alien life put together. A spirit communicating through something as tangible, predictable, repeatable and logical as an mass produced mainstream electronic device.

Of course what IS possible on the hardware of a common low cost mobile phone, is a bit of speech recognition, a bit of speech synthesis, some very limited artificial intelligence, some spooky digital audio effects, and some code to tie it all together that follows the similar logic to the standard charlatan, saying vague things that statistically are likely to mean something to the end user, and responding to their reactions. Add in the fact that most people grant access to these apps without even checking what they're granting access to, and you've suddenly got their facebook friend list and all their timeline, their browsing habits, the names of all their contacts etc, and suddenly you've got a pretty clever piece of code that might convince the average school kid that they're talking to great auntie Mable. All while the app is profiling you and raising revenue for its producers by targeting ads at you or selling profile data to a list broker. Sorry, just my opinion. It is always possible that I might be wrong.

thisisnotharmless
20-06-2014, 11:13 PM
When it comes to phone apps, be aware of a few things.

First, phones are limited in the types of information they can gather from the environment. The screens are heat sensitive, so they can sense temperature based contact. They can also pick up audio and visual, but that's about it. You're phone may experience electrical interference (as any other device might) such as your battery being drained. Any app that claims to measure anything else (like the one that says it measures "quantum flux") is blowing smoke.

Second, most ghost hunting apps work by being sent randomly generated messages from the host server. Like an automated voicemail message or horse_ebooks on twitter, it's just a computer somewhere sending out randomized information. I've also seen ghost photo apps that are supposed to be extra sensitive to paranormal activity, but what it does is slap a random filter on your photo with some sort of "activity," like orbs, streaks of light, or partial apparitions

Third, if you are ghost hunting, having your smartphone on can actually give you a lot of false positive readings. Smartphones are constantly sending and receiving data so, unless it's on airplane mode, every minute or two your equipment will pick up a spike as your phone connects to transfer data.

I've seen a lot of ghost hunting phone apps, and never one that couldn't be debunked by nothing more than reading the terms of service. If you want to use your phone for ghost hunting, you'd do best by just switching it to airplane mode and using it as a voice recorder and camera.

NYBrit
22-06-2014, 08:03 PM
I uninstalled the TI app. I tried several times and nothing of any real note happened.

ReneLynne
30-11-2014, 04:43 PM
I personally don't care for the apps...they have never worked for me. I have an actual spirit box...it's a P-SB7. I set it to AM and have it sweep forward. I get great results. I do have to wear earbuds when doing my sessions because I would miss a lot if I didn't. I used to record them and go back and listen but then I couldn't keep a "real time" conversation going. They answer my questions, I have one that teases me (in a nice way) and I hear THEM chatting to each other which is really cool!!

PeaceChic99
20-10-2015, 02:39 PM
I have tried multiple apps, and have got some good responses from them. Especially the one I have that was created using the Unity Engine. As far as advice goes, don't move the device too fast and let it run for a little bit so it can get use to the environment.