When I was a kid, I desperately wanted to be a spy. To this day I’m not entirely sure why but I loved spending my time trying to make secret ink out of lemon juice and attempting to memorize morse code. Yeah, I was a cool kid indeed. Clearly some part of that child is still within me as the prospect of SpyLight seems pretty cool to me.
It’s an app that allows users to send and receive Morse Code. Tested up to 200 meters, users can simply type in their message with the keyboard and pressing send. It’s just as simple to receive with the view finder part of the app that takes in the signal and translates.
For the true spy there’s even a code button that jumbles up regular signals so that if intercepted it just comes up as random data. The correct receiver can set the app to the relevant code and still be able to translate it.
Wannabe spies like me could well enjoy this app and it’s only $0.99, too! Make sure to get a friend to join in.
Released: 2011-07-26 :: Category: Utilities
Tagged with: $0.99, code, Morse Code, Secret Messages, Spying, SpyLight