Minimalist Sound Meter

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About this app

Sound Meter is a perfect noise monitor for everyday life. From the classroom to the construction site, Sound Meter allows you to measure ambient noise levels in decibels (dB) accurately and effortlessly. Using the capabilities of your device's built-in microphone combined with our energy-efficient algorithm to track environmental noise around you.

The world we live in is brimming with noise: cars humming, power tools whirring, crowds chattering, machinery grinding. Consistent exposure to these sound levels can lead to permanent hearing damage. Sound Meter can measure a wide range of noise and be your first line of defense against harmful noise exposure, making it an indispensable tool for anyone looking to safeguard their hearing health.

Sound Meter is more than just a decibel monitor – it's your personal, portable, and reliable noise detection solution. With our simple decibel meter, you gain more than just real-time noise measurement. The application also displays minimum, maximum, and average noise values recorded, providing a comprehensive understanding of your sound environment.

Key Features:
- User-friendly interface makes noise monitoring easy
- Offline functionality means no internet connection is needed
- One-click value copying for convenience
- Real-time sound level display
- Track minimum, average, and maximum decibel values
- Toggle between light and dark themes to suit your preference
- Multilingual support caters to global users
- Sleek, minimalistic design for optimal user experience
- Completely free

Understanding Noise Levels:
10 dB - Almost inaudible (Normal breathing)
20 dB - Audible (Rustling leaves)
30 dB - Very quiet (Library, Whisper)
40 dB - Quiet (Refrigerator, Humming)
50 dB - Normal Sound (Rain)
60 dB - Moderate (Conversation)
70 dB - Irritating (Hairdryer, Vacuum cleaner)
80 dB - Unpleasant (City traffic noise)
90 dB - Loud (Violin, Tractor)
100 dB - Extremely Unpleasant (Helicopter, Motorcycle, Train)
110 dB - Extremely Loud (Rock concert, Symphony orchestra)
120 dB - Extremely Loud (Jet engine, Auto horn)
130 dB - Painfully loud (Thunderclap)
140 dB - Painfully loud (Air raid siren, Fireworks)
180 dB - Painfully loud (Rocket launch)
194 dB - The loudest sound possible

Please note: The microphones in most devices are optimized for human voices, and the maximum values are limited by the hardware. Sounds exceeding ~90 decibels may not be accurately recognized on some devices. While Sound Meter is a highly competent noise detection tool, for professional-level decibel values, we recommend using a specialized sound level meter.
Updated on
Apr 28, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

What's new

Improved user experience