Still seems a bit off Even on a flat stationary surface, the needle somehow still picks up vibration, this is bad especially when it could throw off some values. The needle shouldn't move at all on a still surface. I like the layout, but cannot trust the numbers. So sorry. I must use Seismo, basic and able to export data still.
Graph only. Poor sensitivity. No numeric values. Just a graph. Poor sensitivity compared to others. useless other than a graph Update to response: pinch zoom is fickle at best. And does not increase sensitivity. It merely zooms in so you can see the the fluctuations more clearly. And it only exports out the numeric data so there's no way to view in app...
Vadim Sushin Nice application, simple, sensitive, looking good. Some things could improve it: 1. Some digits on Y-axis. Ideal way - a moveable horizontal line on graph with indication of value, at which the line is placed. 2. Ability to place a mark on graph and in log by tapping a screen. As a variant: an additional column in csv file filled with 'zeros', and a 'one' at a moment when screen was tapped. In a playback mode show this data on the fourth graph. 3. Application offers a dozen of ways to send somewhere log file by mail, skype, bluetooth etc, etc, etc,, but no option to save it in a local file.
Great app, except... The app is great, very sensitive and accurate. However whenever I try to view recordings the app crashes, making it almost useless to me. I would give 5 stars if that feature functioned.
Excellent Remarkably accurate. Try tapping your device on each side and the top (screen side) and only that sides vibrations move. Good separation of x, y, and z. Really good use of the accelerometer!
Naa It shows vibration awesomely. However if you record and then try to view the recording then app immediately shuts down
- Fixed a bug on older phones causing a crash when dismissing the dialog that pops up after watching a recording playback.
- "Pinch-zoom" to increase/decrease sensitivity.
- Change the colors in the settings.
- Playback recordings (View Recordings -> Select a recording -> Playback)
Record, analyze, and email accelerometer data with this handy vibration meter.