Whether you want to fully deck out your castle with cobwebs for the kiddies or you just want a banshee screeching as your ringtone, you're going to need access to the creepiest of auditory depositories. Seven Leaf's Spooky Sounds has your back.
Make your selection from the drop down list of eeriness, and the audio file will play over your device's speaker. Yup, this app does what you'd expect it to do. Choose from sounds like bats using echolocation to locate prey (chilling!) or chainsaw rumblings reverberating through a forest (bloodthirsty lumberjacks!). If the undead are your bag, you can even differentiate between the regular ol' zombies and fat zombies.
There are humanesque noises here as well. The most disturbing to me is that of a petulant child whining to his mother about how frightened he is, but you can also choose from "psycho," "scream," and "death" if they float your boat.
It's easy to set any of the noises as your ringtone if you're hellbent on subjecting everyone in your general vicinity to the All Hallow's Eve spirit. You can also set a motion detector, which might be useful if you're building a haunted house and have a heap of mobile devices just sitting around waiting to play the "Haunting" sound.
Seven Leaf's Spooky Sounds is just what it sounds like - a good novelty app for the most ominous of holidays.
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by Janel , Appszoom
Oct 29, 2013