Compatible with iOS 8 on iPhone only (iPod & iPad is being researched)
Clap is designed to find your phone when you can?t remember where you put it. It happens (to me, at least :P) all the time.
Clap listens (not continuously, only at a regular intervals) with your microphone for high-level sounds, if it detects one, it plays a short but loud alarm. It works only when your screen is shut off. But Clap is not a simple microphone listener. It features an accelerometer implementation, used to understand when and how fast your device is moving. This lets us avoid many false positives that can be bothering. It has a super comfortable switch to turn it off without even unlocking your phone. How? By using your phone?s ringer switch. You turn it to ?silent? mode, and Clap magically turns off.
The battery usage is almost imperceptible. I really cannot notice it on my iPhone 6.
So, this is Clap. Feel free to contact me on Twitter or Email for any question/problem/bug report/etc..
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Configure options from Settings.
Clap 0.2 - #1 Update
This update was primarily focused on fixing some *very* annoying bugs. The next one will feature more stuff and customization.
Summary: - Bug fixes - Changed the alarm sound
Detailed changes: - Bug fixes: * Fixed music being stopped by Clap (via new "Disable When Playing Music" switch). * Fixed some tilted positions that prevented Clap from working properly. * Fixed more false-positives (ex. loud knocks on a table) * Completely re-written the accelerometer check system since the old one was problematic. * Fixed other minor problems. (re-wrote buggy code, fixed some memory issues, AudioSession loading, etc.)
- Stuff changed: * Added a new switch - "Disable When Ringer Switch is OFF" | Used to choose whether to disable Clap by putting the phone on silent or not. * Added a new switch - "Disable When Playing Music" | Used to stop Clap when playing music. * Changed the alarm sound since the old one was buggy and kept playing/overlapping.
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