Find Your Phone by Clapping with these 5 Free Android Apps

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Here are 5 free Android apps to find your phone by clapping. These apps allow you to easily know where you have kept your phone or misplaced it. The interesting thing about these apps is that they don’t require your phone to have an Internet connection or enabled GPS. They can find the phone for you just by listening to your claps. You can simply open these apps, activate the detector, and then start clapping when you couldn’t find your phone. They will then detect the claps and start ringing an alarm on your phone. Some of these apps even have the option to blink the camera flash or the phone screen.

They even have various options using which you can change the alarm tone, volume, enable vibration, control option in the notification center, and more. These are pretty useful in case you have placed your phone somewhere in your room and couldn’t find it. Do note that most of these apps support ads in order to provide the service completely free.

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Let’s get started with the apps.

Clap To Find My Phone:

Clap To Find My Phone is probably the best free Android app that can help you find your phone by clapping. After you open this app, it will ask you to set the clap sensitivity and then try clapping twice from different locations in the room to verify the sound. Then you can proceed and enable the “Start Now” option to activate this app. Now, each time you clap twice, it will find your phone and start ringing an alarm. Apart from that, it can also vibrate, blink the camera flash, and blink the screen to let you know where your phone is.

When the alarm triggers, you will see a blank screen with the option to stop the alarm by tapping on the screen. It also comes with many other options using which you can change the number of claps required to trigger the alarm, pause clap detection for any specific time, set up a PIN to stop the alarm, choose alarm sound, enable alarm pause when charging, and so on.

Phone Finder on Clap:

Phone Finder on Clap is another free app that can help you find your Android phone by clapping. For that, all you gotta do is open this app and hit the “Tap to Start” button. After that, you will see a button named, “Find My Phone” which you need to click to proceed. Then you can activate this app for listening to your clap by tapping on the “Start Listening” button. Now, whenever you clap, it will detect it and then alert you by ringing an alarm to let you know where you have kept your phone. This app can also vibrate your phone to help you find your phone.

You can stop the alarm either by clicking on the “Stop” option shown in the notification tray or tap the “Stop Alarm” button on the app. In the app settings, you can enable/disable sound, vibration, option in the notification tray, and also set the alarm tone and volume for triggering the alarm.

Clap Phone Finder:

Clap Phone Finder is one of the simplest Android apps which can be used to easily find your phone just by clapping. You can simply install and open this free phone finder app and then you will see a big On/Off button on the main. To activate this app for detecting your clap, all you gotta do is toggle On the button and then minimize the app. Now, whenever you will clap, it will automatically trigger an alarm to help you find your phone. The alarm screen will be a blank screen, as shown in the above screenshot.

Apart from that, it will also light up the camera flash so that you can find the phone in dark. You can stop the alarm, just by unlocking your phone and then closing the blank screen. Unlike the other apps explained above, this one doesn’t have any additional options to set the volume, ringtone, etc.

Find Phone by Clapping:

Find Phone by Clapping is also a free app that you can use on your Android phone to find it by clapping. This app is quite similar to “Phone Finder on Clap”. You can open it up and then click on the “Start” button to proceed. After that, you can see a “Start Listening” button which you need to ta to activate this app. Now, you can go ahead and find your phone by clapping. Each time you do that, it will automatically start ringing an alarm. This app also has the option to vibrate when the alarm triggers.

To stop the alarm, you can extend the notification tray and there you will see a “Stop Alarm” option. Just tap on that and the alarm will stop. You can find various options in the app settings like enable/disable alarm sound, vibration, set alarm volume, ringtone, etc.

Clap to Find my Phone:

Clap to Find my Phone can also be used to find your Android phone just by clapping. To get started, simply open this app and then tap on the “Click to Find my Phone” button on the main screen. After you do that, you will see another button called “Start Listening” which you need to click to activate this app. Then you can minimize this app and it will start detecting your claps automatically. Whenever you clap, it will trigger an alarm on your phone in order to help you find it. This one can also vibrate your phone along with ringing the alarm.

You can stop the alarm either by opening the app and clicking on the “Stop Alarm” button or press the “Stop” option shown in the notification center. You can go to the app setting and then change the alarm tone level, alarm tone, enable/disable option in notification center, etc.

Closing Words:

So, these are some of the interesting apps for Android which can help you easily find your phone by clapping. The best thing about all these apps is that they are super simple to use and can definitely help you know where is your phone. The “Clap to Find My Phone” app is my favorite, as it includes fewer ads in comparison to that of other apps in this post.

Try them and leave your comments below.

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