Stemoscope: Digital Stethoscop

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About this app

Stemoscope is a smart listening device that lets you hear the sound of life, such as heartbeat and breath sound of human body or your pets for recreations.

Stethoscope is evolving. Many doctors use traditional stethoscopes. Some are trying digital stethoscope, evolved but still hung over the neck. Stemoscope is very different. It is designed for everyone to listen to the heartbeat, breath sounds, or many other sounds of life, for STEM education, recreations and many other purposes.

Tubeless, wireless, Bluetooth, digital, mobile and wearable. Stemoscope is a smartphone stethoscope. It is likely the smallest stethoscope in the world.

Sounds tell stories of life. They come from inside of a person, your pet or a plant and emanate outwards for us to discover and to appreciate.

Stemoscope detects sounds and transmits them wirelessly to your smart devices, phones or tablets, eliminating the cumbersome tube of the traditional stethoscope. A user can choose either a wired or wireless earphone to listen to these engaging sounds.

Stemoscope is a wearable stethoscope. With the specially designed strap (might need to be ordered separately), you can easily wear it or carry it easily with you. It is so small that you can store it with your earphone in the same bag.

The stemoscope comes with an engaging App with many rich and useful features that are easy to use by anyone. You can save the sounds and the locations where the sound comes from. You can share the recorded sounds with others through emails. The App supports playback at half the normal speed so that it is easier for anyone to recognize the detailed sound characteristics. In the STEM mode, the Stemoscope can even detect infrasounds that can‘t be heard by our bare ears. You can design your own sound filter or shift the sound pitch to hear sounds in a different and sometimes more insightful manner.
Updated on
Jun 27, 2023

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138 reviews
A Google user
April 18, 2020
I had issues with scanning my device, but once it's scanned, it works great. You really should put an option to just type in the code. Also, under the customized sound tab, you really should have a reset button to put all the settings back to where it was before. Every other stethoscope app has that for a reason. Other than that, the app is great.
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Steve Bradee
March 7, 2022
Pretty limited as to what you can do. Always "locks-up" before I can save recordings (especially longer ones). App quickly stores a massive amount of unwanted data that I have to manually delete (this is after deleting any saved recordings within the app). How can I access the microphone without it!? Looking for alternative software to allow use with other devices/OSs... The hardware itself is fine, just needs a better, more useful app...
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A Google user
August 27, 2019
I was very happy with my Stemoscope up until this last update. I am also now having the same volume issues that others have mentioned. I am using mine with a Samsung Galaxy S8 and wired headphones. I never had to turn the volume on my phone past half way or use the digital amplifier. Now I have to have my volume on high and use the amplifier to get weak results. Really hoping they can correct whatever changed with this last update.
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What's new

Optimized audio latency.