Keeps showing 0.00 meters and 0.0000 seconds time... basically it's picking up its own sounds without any propagation delay. I tried tweaking the echo suppression level, even at 90% doesn't show any different data... probably depends on phone construction model. On Moto E 2015 the microphone is behind a rigid plastic band that runs all around the phone. I think that it's also behaving as an acoustic channel and picking up its own sounds and Moto uses it for echo cancellation.
Why all the wasted screen space on a meter "chassis"? My tablet has a chassis of its own that I lament the size of; you need not make it artificially larger by making the usable screen area smaller. The buttons and scopes could all be larger and more usable if thousands of pixels weren't being spent on a useless yellow frame.
Tried with a blue yeti mic and an AIWA Bluetooth speaker, you get accurate data although consistency is an issue. Willing to mess around with different setups, nice little app. ★To the dev, the frame of a meter is a nod, I get it, it's fun but could you offer an option for full screen and possibly different landscape modes (fullsceen, splitscreen, minimalist layout)?
Cool! It works (If you have a strong loupe). But that interface! Why all the screen wasting garbage. What's left is so small, is not readable. You think everybody is 20 years old and walks around with a 10" tablet in his pocket? Please make that optional or better, remove it all the way. Less garbage code, less to download, the better we can see what's going on! David Jones, go kill yourself. Because you are too stupid to understand this, doesn't mean it deserves 1 star.
A lot of screen space wasted for no good reason and it is too inaccurate and too hard to set up to be useful for any practical purpose.
Does what its supposed to. Source must be EXT to stop interference, I think.