I must also thank AndroidPolice for telling me about this app. The fact that it's on a separate developer account made it impossible to find unless you knew it existed. This is a really neat data logging app that even kids can use. Looking forward to testing some things with it like sound levels around the house.
Great idea. But since last update the sound recorder does not record anything above than 60db. Even though the scale goes higher and the sound is definitivly louder it breaks off at 60db. Why this limit?
Google, this should be on your main account so more people can find it. I never knew it existed until Android Police wrote about it today, and it's been out for over a year! I've been looking for an app like this, but had no idea because this is published under the odd and hardly used Marketing@Google account.
Why isn't this more well known?! I've downloaded at least five sensor apps in searching for a good one only to find that Google has an awesome app of their own
I never nknew this app existed. What a shame. This is an awesome ...informative...easy to use app. Learn something. Google, my only suggestion is get this app some recognition and some PR. Thanks... Great job on this one.
Would be better if you could add personalized graphs. It would be cool if you could feed it data and the app could plot it for you and giving you the statistically significant data.
New features and improvements:
• Brand-new interface for taking notes and documenting science experiments.
• New snapshot feature for capturing individual data points.
• New sensors: linear accelerometer, magnetometer, and compass
• Redesigned gallery for browsing experiments
• Now available on iOS devices!
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