We decided to make the app free to download and to give away certain calls for free so that people could make an educated decision about whether they wanted to purchase the app or not (as stated in the app description on Google Play). The reason for this is because there are many apps out there that you might immediately regret purchasing as soon as you open them as they are useless or poorly designed, and we didn’t want anyone regretting purchasing iHunt Calls.
Once you purchase any feature within the app, you can put the app on other Android devices using the same Google Play account without paying extra.
Please make sure you are using the same Google Play or App Store account that you originally purchased the app with.
Please exit (kill) the app completely, or restart your device, and open the app when you’re sure the internet connection is stable. Sometimes the Google Play store becomes unavailable so the best thing to do is just try again later.
You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org any time and we will respond to you as soon as possible (normally within 24 hours or less).
While it may be obvious that we don’t hunt cows, many people use domestic animal calls to call in predators who may prey on those animals. So in this situation, be creative and try to think like the animal you’re hunting and then choose which calls will work best for that animal.
It’s our policy to not include any endangered species, or those that are close to being endangered, within the app. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your understanding since we must all do our part to ensure these species are around for many generations to come.
What you’re asking for is really variable and dependent upon the animal you’re hunting, the time of year, the experiences of that particular animal and what calls it has heard, what the gender of the animal is, etc. It’s based more on experience and experimentation with the calls. A call that works on one coyote might scare off a different one. For deer and waterfowl hunting, it can be even more complex.
Your best bet is to do your research so you understand each target species you will be hunting, what calls they expect to hear and use amongst each other, and also understand what their response to the types of calls will be. For example, a hog can respond very strongly to a call and come charging at the call very quickly. If you’re not prepared, you will be in for quite a shock.
That feature is not available since we cannot give away the hunting calls for competitive reasons (i.e. other app developers could steal the calls and use them in their apps). We apologize for this inconvenience.