Works on Note 4 Works ok, outside temperature is 3 degrees off,, inside temp is accurate if I'm not playing on phone, have to let phone battery cool off to get accuracy, or it will read 84 degrees when it's only 74,, all in all it free,, not sure I really need it,, little fun thing, I guess! ;)
Great For all the complainers /whining people, just download an application that tells you if you have a separate hardware thermometer for ambient temperature, else it uses the internal battery thermistor of which will not change much, as your phone uses a near constant power draw, and guess what, most battery will display around 32°C-38°C. So stop crying and get another phone or be happy :-) now, if you use a high power drain game and your phone case temperature gets hot, you can check your battery temperature.
Sucks.... Battery Let me put in my own zip code instead of sucking my battery dry by leaving on my GPS. Sucks big time!!
Bullshi...... After one hour 36 degree Celsius..... I take proceedings against my Air-condition service technician. Don't waste your time with that shi.......!
Excellent app. It worked very well on Motorola X (2nd Gen.) As the developer of the App said, the device must have a buit-in sensor , otherwise it will get the internal battery temperature. In this case, In order to get the aproximate ambient temperature, the device must be in stand-by mode for an hour and then you must click the app.
BAD! Not reading the T anywhere...craps,stays on 32 C all time
V2.5 changes: Bugfixes and improvements.