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Dog Whistle Trainer

3 Different User Interface modes

3 Different User Interface modes

Dog Whistle Trainer

by zzzziphone
Dog Whistle Trainer
Dog Whistle Trainer
Dog Whistle Trainer

What is it about?

3 Different User Interface modes

Dog Whistle Trainer

App Details

Last updated
July 29, 2013
Release date
August 2, 2010
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App Store Description

3 Different User Interface modes
Use Mode button to switch between User Interface modes

Mode 1: Dog Paw
6 Basic Training Signal Sequences
- Manual duration "Tone" button
- 1 Long Tone
- 3 Short Tones
- 6 Short Tones
- 2 Rising Sweep Tones
- "Clicker" Sound

1 Play Sound
- Dog Toy, "Squeaker"

7 Different Frequency Ranges
- 2,000 Hz
- 4,000 Hz
- 6,000 Hz
- 8,000 Hz
- 12,000 Hz
- 16,000 Hz
- 20,000 Hz

All on one screen.

Very easy to use!

Mode 2: Manual Whistle
Simple Manual Whistle Tap interface
Same 7 Tone Frequency List

Tone plays when you hold finger on Whistle image
Tone stops when you lift finger

Mode 3: Multi-Function Whistle

Tone Frequency: 150Hz to 20,000Hz

Touch: Touch and hold to play tone. Lift to stop Tone

Toogle: Touch whistle to start tone. Touch again to stop tone

Timed: Time Delay Play of Tone and Motion Triggered Play of Tone

Tone Pattern: Tap to select one of five Tone modes
1) Continuous Tone
2) Short Beeps
3) Long Beeps
4) Sweep Up
2) Oscillation

Slide Frequency Bar or Tap Arrows to change Tone Frequency

Timed Mode: Tapping the Whistle starts delay count down. After Delay time period the tone either plays or Motion Trigger of Tone play is turned on. In Motion Trigger mode any slight motion of the iPhone will trigger the Tone to play.

In Timed Mode, the tone is stopped by tapping the hidden button at the top left corner of the display or by pressing the iPhone hardware home button. More information on the Timed mode appears when this function is called up.

Use dog whistle and clicker to train your dog to obey commands and for hunting and retrieving instruction.

Use dog whistle to play with a dog.

Use dog whistle to check hearing.

Most adults cannot hear the highest frequencies. Use these as a secret signaling mechanism that adults cannot hear.

!!! If your iPhone hardware mute switch is set to silent the sounds will NOT play !!!

General Volume is controlled by the volume buttons on the side of your iPhone

To further increase sound level toward the dog, tap the "Flip" button to direct the iPhone speaker, bottom of iPhone, toward dog.

In Timed mode, to stop the tone you must tap the hidden button in top left corner of the screen or press the iPhone hardware home button. On iPhone 5, the hidden button appears in top left corner of the letter box display

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