Worth it Really works if your watch is not too silent. Of course the quartz movement s show no deviation. My Seiko 7s26 have decentering and +2 minutes a day. As expected.
Rubbish Never worked on automatic watches, I even bought the pro version and still nothing DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY PEOPLE !!!!!
Adjusted my Seiko 5 using this app. No other voice recording app could identify the very subtle ticks of this time piece but this one. Thumbs up. Drawbacks: 10 sec recording offers lower speed but higher accuracy, however it does not seem to work at all. Also the measurements are not repeatable, if you aim at +- 2 sec / day, and you manage to reach it, don't measure 1 minute later, you will get disappointed. It's either the app or it is just how the mechanical watches work, the expectations are not met. Despite of this money well spent. Don't bother with the free version, it will only show you if the sound is picked up or not, the real value comes after you bought it.
I check the regulation of a clock quite well with free ver. Press menu button to bring up settings. For watch select the 2 sec. duration, for a clock 10 sec. Select medium sensitivity. Use back button to main screen. Press start with the clock/watch close to the mic Check yellow trace shows ticks as spikes & red trace has square markers coinciding with ticks & not on noise between. If not, change sensitivity till this happens. Press Start again on exiting settings. Click on the target frequency value (default will displaying 'auto') Select or add the value (in ticks per hour) for your watch/clock. With the app running look at the beat monitor. If line of points is horizontal clock is running right. If line is sloping down it is running fast. If sloping up running slow.
WTF? All I get after measurement is "upgrade premium". No measurement at all just crap. Additionally, I am willing to throw away $5 on this to see if just maybe the full up version is a bit better but no. Not possible as Google seems unable to figure out how to accept a payment. I buy all kinds of stuff online but not this apparently.
Costs $5, works well Tuned a 1770's Scottish grandfather clock to 1.0001 Hz. Requires a very silent environment to work properly.
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