Loved it. I first encountered an app that utilizes light sensors this way on my first phone, a Nokia N900. It was a good and very simple one. Yours reminded me of that other app, and also packs the timer feature, which makes yours actually better. Thanks for the effort!
Works as expected. Thanks. One complaint though is the font size. My system uses the largest font settings, and the luminosity value text is large. Sometimes it is wordwrapped thus moving the controls and gets back. For example 1000.11 may be wordwrapped and 999.9 may not be, resulting in an ever-moving UI layout. This could be fixed by making it shorter by removing lx, which we already know, or by making it always fit in one line (resizing font).
Works Well Really cool & simple app to use, don't know how precise it is but does the job! IF ONLY it had a save/history option I could compare my bulbs from room to room.... otherwise 5 Stars
The only app I found without any permission requirements. Still don't understand why such a simple app may need full network access? --- That's the point! The second sentence is not to you, but to authors of thousand "luxometer" programs with excessive permissions. I respect you for not being like them. Sorry for misunderstanding.
Nice APP ft-c means, In photography a non-metric unit of illuminance, the foot-candle is offten used. Foot-candle is defined the amount of illumination the inside surfance of a 1-foot radius sphere would be receiving if there were a uniform point source of one candela in exact center of the illuminance on a 1-square foot surface of which there is a uniformly distributed flux of one lumen. In other words, it's the ammount of light that actually falls on a given surfance. The foot-candle is = to one lumen per square foot.
it works great i dont understand how to mesure a bulb light, i bought a led light bulb and it said it has 1200 LM (lumens) so in the description of this software it said flux then lux, is a typo? ls it lumens? how far from the light bulb should i put the phone to mesure the light?
1). Fix for some users device where measured light value was reaching final value very slowly.