Doubts This dB meter records way lower than others. With my hearing very sensitive to loud noises (tinnitus) and the discomfort I feel, I would expect much higher readings. I do have a quality instrument to check it against.
Works well enough for a free app, great for bands and work environment
Best on the market I have spent 2 full days looking for a sound meter to help me in a particular application. Tried over 10 different meters and this is the winner. Accurate, properly science based, good display and logging capability and no ads or bloat.
Great sound meter app, love the multitude of values it can display, the configurability in terms of resolution, gain, filtering, plus the addition of the spectral analysis view was a great surprise. Of course, calibration is always going to be a problem when you write a piece of software for so many different hardware platforms that support it, for example on my HTC One (M7) the reading is about 17-18 dBA lower than what a hardware sound meter shows me in the same setting. That aside, there is still one important change that could make this app more useful: since it's called a _noise_ meter (and not just a generic sound meter), it could also include a filtering curve shaped to better reflect how humans hear broad-spectrum noise, namely the ITU-R 468 curve (either that or allow parametric filter editing so the user can specify any filter shape they want).
Frequently Updated Giving this ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ based on the fact it gets updated frequently alone, so as you can imagine, it's far superior to other meter apps out there.
Very nice application. .....really very helpful. ..like it👍👍👍
Added filter : dBB, dBC, ITU-R 468.
Improved some features.