good, but needs improvement Basically it needs to add all the functions from the iphone app. you should allow us to edit rackets - as when you've saved one you can edit it. Also i have racket which is 89.5sq inch, but the app doesn't allow me to put the .5, if i round it up either way it reads it too low 38lbs, rather than 53lbs-its strung a fresh job. Needs fine tuning this app, waiting for the updates in future, i will edit my review when they do
Good Relative Tension Values Works great on a Motorola Moto G. Had to adjust the microphone sensitivity upward so it would pick up a good tone and then it worked great! This is excellent for keeping track of changes in string tension over time. Although I didn't expect this app to give me a true, absolute tension value, the reading is very close to my actual strung tension (59 strung vs 56 measured). Used screwdriver head, spoon, and an ink pen to strike the stings with identical readings.
The best app I have bought for a while Was struggling to get reading at the beginning. But found the right technique (tapping repeatly) , I got stable readings now. Please note that readings are not the same as strung tension but the apps is very good to track relative tension loss.
Impressed so far Just downloaded this and used on racquet that hadn't been restrung for 6 months. App tells me 42lbs tension. Now 45 mins after a restring to 57lbs, the app reads 61 lb, so pretty good. Should be useful for tracking gradual fall in tension.
sucks never ever buy this apps. this isnt worth even for free. it will always give you output of "out of frequency". adjust all settings and still the same. changed devices and still same.
Do not work. Try with two same model racquets with different strings. Reading not reliable, depending which model I choose it will follow the same history reading as the difference strings setting.
The stringster app measures the tension level of your strings by their sound.
The app serves as an information medium of all members of the tennis clubs in RLP.