Ghost EVP Analyzer app

Ghost EVP Analyzer app
Ghost EVP Analyzer app. Four King Ace Apps

The Bottom Line

The app can actually serve as a substitute for your voice recorder, or as a supplemental EVP recorder. Its analysis function allows you to listen to the playback at normal speed, half speed and even in reverse.

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Pros

  • Nice graphical interface
  • Easy to use
  • Very good sound quality
  • Handy features, such as half-speed and reverse playback
  • Good explanation of app functions

Cons

  • Only a few basic analysis tools
  • No save function from the record or playback screens

Description

Guide Review - Ghost EVP Analyzer app

This is a simple recording app for Android smartphones that records sound for review to see if you have picked up any electronic voice phenomena (EVP).

The app has three main screens:

  • Record -- There are three graphical displays here: a level needle meter, colored level meter, and a continuous bar graph, all showing levels of sound detected. A gain slider allows you to adjust sensitivity. Three buttons on the bottom include Reset, Stop and Record.
  • Analyze -- This is the screen where you play back the recording. There are two different graphical displays, a volume slider, and buttons on the bottom that allow you to play the recording forward, at half speed, and even backward.
  • Tools -- On this screen you can save your recording, open a file drawer to access previously saved recordings, an analyzer help screen that explains the apps functions, a brief explanation of EVP, and a preferences screen where you can choose such option as "run in background."

This app can serve as a nice substitute for your voice recorder.

The recording quality on my Samsung Fascinate phone was very good, and the ability to easily save, retrieve, and listen to the recordings is quite handy.

Although it's called an EVP Analyzer, you can't really do a lot of analysis with the app, but it is nice to have those built-in features that let you listen at half speed and backward. By connecting your phone to your computer, you can download the sound files for further analysis.

I can definitely see myself using this app for spur-of-the-moment ghost hunts when I don't have my voice recorder with me.

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