EAR on Android

The Android EAR app allows users to create acoustic logs of their days by unobtrusively recording ambient sounds around them.

The Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR) is primarily intended to be a scientific methodology for the naturalistic observation of social behavior and as such is being used in a range of research projects.

At the same time, though, it can be fun for personal use. You can obtain an acoustic record of a day in your life and, by listening to the recordings, get feedback on how you come across with others (i.e. hear you how others around you hear you).

In essence, the EAR app allows you to objectively document your lived day sound bite by sound bite.
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What's New

- added new timeout of 12 hours at record voice sample
- added new option for record in daily folders
- added new time zone information to recording files
- added '_' as delimiter in all file names
- fixed erronous debug logs generation
- fixed memory extensive debug logs feature
- fixed empty session log
- fixed bug where recording log only contains information from the last day
- fixed bug on Moto G5 which causes empty recording files
- fixed an error on lollipop devices with external sd card
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Additional Information

September 13, 2018
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Current Version
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Requires Android
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movisens GmbH
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