Bluetooth Signal Meter

Contains adsIn-app purchases
2.26K reviews
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About this app

Get the Bluetooth signal strength of the devices you are connected to and the Bluetooth devices around you. This is useful for finding the best place to connect to them, or also for finding your Bluetooth devices in case you've lost them, as long as they're still turned on and visible. In addition to the Bluetooth signal strength, other relevant characteristics can be observed, such as the name, the MAC address, etc.
Updated on
Oct 30, 2023

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
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

2.19K reviews
David Burton
January 26, 2022
I knew that my bluetooth headset was somewhere in the house, because it was connected to my phone. But I couldn't remember where I left it. So I installed this app, then walked around the house tapping the refresh button to see how the signal strength changed. It was just like playing "you're getting warmer / getting colder" as a child. In a few minutes I had found the headset. Sure the ads are obnoxious, but the app saved me a LOT of frustration, so more than worth it. 5⭐ If you're looking for suggestions, Edgar, I understand that Bluetooth 5.1 has a "location" feature, which can determine the precise direction and distance of a connected device. Using that feature to pinpoint the lost headset would make your app even handier. (BTW, I'm using a Google Pixel 2XL running Android 11.)
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Jeff V
May 1, 2022
Two stars because it did actually locate some BT signals (though not all), but it quickly went to a full page ad that went thru lots of gameplay and showed no signs of ending or instructions on how to get out of it. Ads are fine, but any app that 'bricks' functionality in favor of shoving an ad down my throat gets uninstalled immediately. That's a bait and switch.
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Eric Mitchell
July 23, 2020
It really works very well! My Garmin Vivosport watch fell off while I was mowing and edging my lawn. Downloaded four different Bluetooth signal finding apps to help me find it, gave them a try one at a time. All were completely useless, deleted them. Downloaded this, opened it up, and right away it picked up and identified my watch's signal. Walked around my yard, moving in direction indicating stronger signal, and within 10 minutes I found it. Excellent app! Thank you!
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What's new

- Now, you can change the name of Bluetooth devices to quickly identify them.
- Added sound option in the Specific Meter.
- Added an interface to check your device's Bluetooth information.
- Now, you can activate dark mode.