Halloween Special: Monster Detecting iPhone App
Article by George Norman
On 29 Oct 2010
All Hallows Eve is almost upon us, so you know what that means? Kids are going to sleep dreaming about all the candy they will get, grownups go to sleep thinking of all the fun they will have at the Halloween party, television channels are running horror movies, and FindMySoft is running a Halloween Special (all the news are focused on Halloween-related or terrifying stuff).

As part of our Halloween Special, I wanted to draw your attention to a monster detecting app. If monsters are going to walk the earth, what better time do to it then on Halloween? You can’t argue with logic like that, now can you. So if you feel there is an unearthly presence in a dark corner, or a spooky monster waiting to leap out of your wardrobe, then you need to give the Monster Meter app a try (iTunes link).

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Okay, so you may not think there’s a monster under the bead or a monster in the wardrobe – but your child might, especially at this time of the year when all you see on TV are monsters, ghouls and freaks. You can use this application to scan the surroundings and show your little one that there are no monsters present. From the application’s settings you can set it up so the application does detect a monster or two – which should prove to your child that the app does indeed work.

This Monster Meter application comes with the following detecting features, as presented in the app’s official description:
  • Radar – classic radar screen that uses the camera on your device
  • Grid – this scanner also uses the camera on your device
  • Green Meter – playful yet serious meter
  • Metal Meter – more serious looking meter for serious monster finding
  • All scanners and meters have sound and screen display
  • Scans are very realistic and convincing
  • Helps kids feel safe in their rooms
  • Helps you and your child get a good night’s sleep
  • Adjustable settings

If you want to get the Appdicted-developed Monster Meter app, you will have to part with a mere $0.99. The app is compatible with iPhone (3G, 3GS, 4), iPod touch, and iPad.

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Tags: Halloween, Monster Meter, Appdicted, Apple, iPhone, iPad
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