Sonic Messenger is an all purpose that uses ultrasound communication App that emits encoded text messages into inaudible acoustics tone. The App will then decode the incoming acoustics tone back into text message. The App uses advanced signal processing techniques that will work in most noisy environments and on most smart devices. It has a range up to six feet or more, but varies depending on hardware devices and surrounding environments. The App also has a mode where you can send encrypted messages securely.
Ultrasound is another form of communications such as Near Field Communication (NFC), Bluetooth and Wifi. The advantages of ultrasound communication is that virtually every smart devices has a speaker and microphone.
Starting with version 1.40, Bluetooth communication have been added. With Bluetooth added you can now send file from one device to another.
As stated, Sonic Messenger is an all purpose ultrasound and Bluetooth communication with the following functionality:
☆ A full chat app using entirely ultrasound as the communication median
☆ Can use Bluetooth to chat and send file to another device
☆ Send Phone Contacts.
☆ Create and Send a poll question.
☆ Encrypted messages
☆ Saved the 60 seconds conversation anytime to a file.
☆ Built in music player for playing memo wav file.
☆ Generate the messages to a .wav file that can be played on any music player.
☆ Sonic Music App - encode a message into your favorite song. Great for new artist for distributing song.
☆ Sonic Pay App - Send or receive invoice for mobile payment using entirely ultrasound. An alternative to Apple Pay NFC. (Coming Soon).
1. At first time startup, it will try to calibrate the microphone. Go to a quiet area for the calibration for best result.
You should hear some pinging of the tones. The idea calibration is barely audible. Try the calibration again if it is you loud by going to the setting menu, "Calibrate Mic".
2. Type a web address on the chat to activate the URL link. i.e type: www.yahoo.com
This will open the webview
Category: Sound chat, Acoustics Chat, Ultrasound Chat