An iPhone app That Might Just Save Your Relationship
LONDON, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
Released in time for the Easter holidays, Noise Down is an innovative noise
controlling app – and is available today in the Apple app store.
Noise Down measures the noise levels in a house, school or office and allows the user
to set an upper limit in decibels. As soon as someone goes over the limit, an alarm sounds
and the offender is named and shamed.
“The idea for the app initially came from within my own household”, said Clive France,
Director of Internetics, the developers behind the app. “The noise levels in our house
just kept going up – the kids shouting, the TV blaring. We needed a way to regain control
of the noise. It worked.”
As the app developed Clive realised the further potential for the app. As well as his
own noisy kids, he tested the app on adults. “A couple I knew were arguing excessively, so
they became the next test subjects.” said Clive. “The more the couple used the app, the
more their tempers were kept in check – and they argued less as a consequence.”
“The app works anywhere you need to keep the noise down – in the house, in the car, in
the classroom or even in an office.”
Noise Down is available now by visiting the Apple App Store or
http://www.noisedown.com. It costs less than a dollar in the US and is priced
accordingly for other regions around the world.
NOTES TO EDITORS
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