iPhone App that Functions as a Lie Detector
Article by George Norman
On 22 Dec 2008
Who can forget the sci-fi movie scenes when telling if someone is lying is as simple as clicking a few buttons. Apparently the guys Agile Mobile Ltd, a privately owned company with headquarters in Thailand, haven’t and consequently have put out an iPhone app that is supposed to analyze stress levels in your voice and determine whether you are telling lies or not.

“Agile Lie Detector is a real-time lie detector for your iPhone. Agile Lie Detector uses technology called Voice Stress Analysis to detect the level of stress caused by lying in a person's voice, which is displayed in real time on the display's graphs and meters. The technology was originally developed for military and intelligence use, and now you can use the same technology to detect lying and deception,” says Agile Mobile Ltd.


This iPhone app will set you back $8 – the catch is that the technology is not yet proven, although determining if it works or not is not as difficult as you might imagine: do a series of control tests where you get one of your friend’s to tell the truth, then do a “lie run” when you get the same friend to lie through his teeth. If the “military developed” Agile Lie Detector can indeed analyze stress patterns in your voice and determine whether you are lying or telling the truth, then great; if not, you are short 8 bucks.

To my mind, if this application really works, then it has huge potential, even though it might end a few relationships and might get a few people in trouble. Just picture this if you will: asking your wife why she is not home yet, her responding that she is still at the office, and the Agile Lie Detector telling you that she is not telling the truth. Or conducting an interview over the phone and denying that you did something.

If you would like to get Agile Lie Detector, a download location is available here. Direct iTunes download location is available here.

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