Sensor Charts: Sensors Multitool

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4.8
199 reviews
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About this app

Sensor Charts is a powerful tool able to record automatically in background all sensors data and render it at your command in wonderful and colorful charts.
What was the day of August when the cell phone boiled with a stratospheric battery temperature? With Sensor Charts any data from your sensors like this will be within your reach, simply and effectively.

It supports several sensor types (multitool)*:

☁️ Pressure sensor
🧰 Gyroscope
🛳️ Magnetometer
💡 Light sensor
⚡️ Battery
⚡️ Battery Temperature
⚡️ Battery Voltage
🚀 Proximity sensor
📱 Memory (Free)
📱 RAM (Free)
📱 CPU (Frequency)
⛳️Compass
🏃 Step Counter
🌞 Screen Brightness


Sensor Charts will show you:

🌟 time ranges in pie charts (to answer questions like: how long has your screen been turned off in the current month?)

🌟 historic sensor data by day and month in linear charts. You can zoom on charts with two fingers and check when your battery left you or when it was discharging very fast.

You'll be able also to set alerts for your sensors.

You can use Sensor Charts as your personal tricorder.

If your device has a step counter, Sensor Charts will give you also an estimate of the distance traveled and of calories burned.

Supported units of measure:
- Pressure: hPa, inHg, mmHg, psi
- Light: lux, fc
- Temperature: °C, °F, °K
- Distance: km, miles

*N.B.: Available sensors in the multi-tool depend on their actual presence on your device. Devices with a greater number of sensors can take full advantage of this app.
Updated on
Apr 29, 2021

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4.8
199 reviews
Charles Mattox
August 5, 2020
It has been really cool monitoring the amount of ram my device has free. This is the one I use the most. The charts representing everything day by day are very interesting to look at and are my favorite aspect of this app.
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Jim Patterson
July 27, 2020
Good app to read pressure sensor. The visualizations are simply awesone. One negstice is that it does not allow you to use the app unless you give it permission to access the media on your phone.
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Jean Webster
December 6, 2020
Superb app. Easy interface and working fast. It's very easy to use. Really great concept. Highly recommend it to all. Best I've found yet... Very helpful app. Thanks for the developer.
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