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Mosquito 3000 artworkMosquito 3000
Nate Chiger

Price: Free
Release Date: December 08, 2009

★ Thank you for getting this app over 4000 downloads in one day!! ★

Are the Mosquitos just biting you up when you are outside? If you answered yes to that question than this all new revolutionary Mosquito 3000 app is right for you!

Mosquito 3000 is an all new app that play 13 different high pitch noises! These noises can be used to drive Mosquitos away from unwanted places!

The all new technology works like this. You play any of the 13 high pitch tones you want. The Mosquito (or any other insect) hears it. The Mosquito goes in the opposite direction of the sound! This technology has been proven to work!

No other app has 13 different high pitch tones! You can even try it out on your dog!

Mosquito 3000 includes:
- 8 khz
- 10 khz
- 12 khz
- 14 khz
- 15 khz
- 16 khz
- 17 khz
- 17.4 khz
- 18 khz
- 19 khz
- 20 khz
- 21 khz
- 22 khz

No other Mosquito app can play 13 different high pitch tones! So buy this one today!

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