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Keep away the bugging bugs
In that beautiful moment when your partner has proposed to you and you open your mouth to kiss him, only YOU can understand the massive amount of disaster that could happen when a creepy mosquito gets inside your mouth! It might sound a little funny, but if it really happens, I am sure you will feel doomed. If you are smart enough, you would use a smart app on your Android phone to keep the bugs away. This app would repel all mosquitoes and other irritable insects. So, the next time you are in an intense situation, you can make sure that a bug will not bug you.
I know, repelling mosquitoes using your Android phone might sound a little weird, but it is true! The Android market is flooded with these insect repelling apps, which can be used to keep away most of the insects. Insects such as mosquitoes, cockroaches and crickets can be chased away using these apps. You need not use chemical based insecticides that might cause harm to your health. Download an anti mosquito app that can help you repel the annoying insects. This is a greener and safer method to reduce insect attacks. Here, we have discussed few of the best apps that can help ward of this buzzing evil.
Anti Mosquito – This is an app that can be used in the background to kill mosquitoes. Nearly 225 million victims of malaria are found throughout the world and around 78100 people die due to it. This application has a very high-pitched sound that humans cannot hear, but the mosquitoes can be almost killed because of it. Bugs automatically stay away from places where such a noise is emitted. Turn on this app whenever required and stay without bites.
Mosquito repellent- It is another similar app that emits ultrasonic sounds. The frequency produced is so high that it cannot be detected by human ear. This app mimics the sounds of insects that eat mosquitoes. I don’t know which insects are mosquito predators, but as soon as it works for me, I’m happy.
Sonic Mosquito Repellant+- This one too uses high frequency sound waves which are out of a human being’s audio range. It is a great companion on your outdoor trips and camping. No more itching and scratching.
Mosquito Killer- This app is just another one that is very safe. It uses the same technique as the others. You can adjust the frequency according to the intensity of the bug attack.
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