Ok As others said, the minimum volume is too loud to measure the threshold of normal hearing. The difference between my right and left ears are consistent with other tests, but the entire curve is biased because the minimum volume is too loud. Not that it matters, since there aren't any numbers on the graph to make the results useful. I would like to track my hearing over time, and without numbers on the graph or the ability to save and retrieve results, this is just a silly game, not a useful app.
Fun and good but... I liked the layout and every thing but it doesn't go low enough for me. Also even on it's lowest setting it , which is were I was most of the time, it said I needed to consult medical help! I had my 2 minutes of fun and now I'm going to uninstall it. I suggest the app 'Test Your Hearing' it goes a lot lower and is easier and much more user-friendly!
Range to narrow I couldn't get any of the sliders low enough to find my hearing threshold. I was also hoping to find out what the highest and lowest frequencies I can hear are. Other than that, it's an OK application.
Nice idea, but needs some more work First: The lower limit of the sound level is too loud. The lowest sound level is far above the audible threshold. The sound level needs to be about 20 db lower if you want to get close to the hearing threshold. Second: The phone has to be turned to landscape orientation to see useful units like frequency and dB. Third: Various screens of disclaimer, "use headphones", "test completed", ego-list, and "continue" spoil the user experience.
Hearing test pretty good. However, most frequencies I could hear at minimum level (15-20 dBHL). This is probably necessary Though. However, it still said I may have a hearing loss.
Limited usefulness For my combination of headphone and phone, the volume slider won't go down far enough to reach my threshold of hearing, which means that it doesn't generate a meaningful audiogram. My ears were tested professionally a few months ago and I have good but not exceptional hearing (<3 dB loss). // The app includes a small report on how it was calibrated for one particular combination of headphone and phone. I have my doubts about the calibration procedure, since it does not account for resonances in the ear canal.
Bug fix. Now support Galaxy S3