suggestions The FFT plot needs a scale to identify the frequency bins. Handier would be a slidable vertical line/bar the uer can use to identify peaks (and valleys). Further, we would also appreciate a vertical scale to measure acceleration. You could also report sqrt(dV_x/dt^2 + dV_y/dt^2+ dV_z/dt^2), the net acceleration. It's the little things that will advance this app.
Good Can u plan an alarm so that we don't have to look continuously. Say when we should run for cover. With enable disable option as movement may trigger it.
Has potential but not useful 1) sensitivity is low in that it fails to register movement/vibrations that can be easily felt and are detected by other apps (~0.4-0.7...maybe split to 3D dilutes signal?). 2) Option to review data not really useable: pinching/dragging to zoom detail doesn't work and I mostly just find myself battling to prevent app from returning to realtime monitoring when panning to observe previous time data. Otherwise I like the layout and concept.
This is a piece of crap I live near nepalwhich got more than 60 quakes and the place i live(india)got more than 14 shocks and the seismograph app says there is no earthquake.even it couldn't track a 6.9 richter scale quake.tried it on 9 different devices and accelerometer was working too.Couldn't track any earthquake most of the quakes lasted more than 30 secs and i switched on this app for more than 20 mins and another shock came.I kept my device on floor.Wall hangings picture frames fell down but couldnt track.whats more to say
My Suggestions Love the app. I would grant five stars if screen timeout could be disabled. Also if the data could be saved in graph format, plus have an alarm for a users preset value. Other than that, its a fantastic app.
Sensitivity/zoom is difficult to use perhaps the best Seismograph app I've used. Using galaxy s4
-Ads taking up half the screen fixed
-Some stability improvements
Record, analyze, and email accelerometer data with this handy vibration meter.
A simple seismogram generator that shows 3 components (x, y, z) at the same time