Sensor Guru

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About this app

This app displays the sensors of your device.

Check which sensors are available and what they measure. Useful for all developers, but also for everyone who wants to test the device's sensors.

Sensors: Accelerometer, Magnetic Field, Gyroscope, Light, Pressure, Proximity, Gravity, Linear Acceleration, Rotation Vector, Orientation, Relative Humidity, Temperature and Ambient Temperature.

Additional you can also check some more interesting device information about your Display, Hardware, Software, Battery, Memory,...

In portrait and landscape mode.

Don't hesitate to give a feedback. Please write an email if you got any problems.
Updated on
Nov 1, 2013

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238 reviews
Chris Schwarz
September 14, 2020
Doesn't work on Android 10. Says please update to a newer version or contact developer
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A Google user
January 6, 2015
Please add microphone as sensor (oscilloscope would be great; equalizer bars would also be appreciated; optional would get close to perfection ). Also, create option for display style (replace graph with simple 3d elements). At this point the app should be turned into a live wallpaper. These suggestions come as a result of my failure to find a live wallpaper fed by multiple sensors.
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A Google user
December 31, 2013
This definitely checks ALL the sensors, and with raw graphs just like a hardcore nerd desires. The tsunami of polling data pouring in cripples the app, though. You can go into the settings and check off everything you don't want to monitor, but... What the app needs is a pretty front end with a bunch of cute toggles. Normally a person is interested in just one or two sensors. ps. There are dial codes to access a much cleaner factory version of this, for example Samsung is *#0*# try it.
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