Geo Elevation is a powerful tool to build a cross-sectional elevation chart from any paths/points on the map with a few clicks. Simply create a path and click on "Get Elevation" you will see a nice chart.
How does Mt. Everest look like if you cut through the peak, and view it from the side? Try to draw a path from your place to the nearest shoreline. See how slope decline as it approach the ocean? How about investigating the Mariana Trench's steep slope, which goes down to the deepest place on the Earth?
In addition, the line of the elevation profile is clickable to indicate corresponding location on the path that you draw.
Now, this app works on both phone and tablet! Buy only once, and enjoy in both platform. We definitely recommend you to try it on a tablet device.
- Get Elevation from single point
- Get Elevation from a path
- Path will automatically allocate 100 points (really high-definition of elevation profiles!)
- Export cross-sectional chart in image format (PNG)
- Export raw data in CSV format
- Export the path in KML
- Export the summary text
- Single-click to various formats
- High-Res display compatible
- Customized UI for all android devices
- Multi-touch in the chart screen
- Current Location On/Off
- Draggable Waypoints (Adjust the path later)
- Instant calculation of the distance
- State of art intuitive path draw tool
- Flexible layout for any screen slize
- Unlimited Undo / Redo
- Convenient "Clear All" button to reset
- Intuitive Navigation Interface
- Search location to zoom the target area quickly
- As a bike / running route builder: It's convenient to research your bike road profile in order to figure out the schematics of hills.
- Mobile Learning Experience in the Classroom. If you are teaching Geology or Earth Science, you might have a handout to build a cross-sectional elevation chart from a contour map, and you can let students to verify their answer by themselves. Don't forget, Geo Elevation will provide infinite locations to investigate! The usage is unlimited.
- Possible flood area investigation: Before storm surge or high tide hit your town, verify locations or road that could be flooded. Draw the path from your house to the nearest shoreline to see the vertical profile.
- Plan your Walk or Run: If you host a walk or run event, Geo Elevation will help you to find out the slope so that you can map challenging hill in your event. Additionally, it might help you to setup multiple routs depend of the slope.
- For hiker and mountaineers (send us your review if you used for your activities!)
Add your feedback in comments or send us email to android [-at-] objectgraph.com.
We would like to hear more user experiences! How did you use it? What did you use it for? Is there anything to improve?
"Amazing and so quick!" by IGP
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Normally, software on your Android device determines your location from individual GPS readings. This is fine if your are interested in getting your location to within about 10 meters. However, it is possible to do better than this if you average many readings at a particular location.
This app is designed to do just that -- average many readings of a stationary Android device to get a more accurate location; it actually calculates a weighted average, accounting for the accuracy of each reading. The trade-off is time. You will need to wait a least a few minutes to get a high accuracy average location.
'Precision GPS Pro' displays the following information on the main screen:
-remaining battery power readout (%),
-current latitude, longitude and (corrected - see below) elevation,
-PDOP, HDOP, VDOP values,
-number of GPS satellites in view,
-number of GPS satellites employed in fixing location,
-signal-to-noise ratio of signal from each satellite,
-accuracy of the current readings,
-weighted average (mean) latitude, longitude and (corrected - see below) elevation,
-graph of the current latitude and longitude (white connected points), the average value (red dot) and a scale box (green),
-'status' of app - either 'Idle', 'waiting, 'searching', or 'working',
-sky plot of active satellite positions,
-option to choose format of displayed coordinates,
-'maps' button to send average coordinates to a mapping app, such as 'Google Maps.'
The 'reset' and 'save' buttons are inactive while readings are being taken. They can be used after the 'stop' button is pressed. If the measurements are stopped and then started again without pressing the 'reset' button, then only the 'elapsed time' value is reset.
The latitude and longitude values are shown on the graph. North is up and east is to the right, as on a map. The graph automatically rescales to include the extreme values of longitude and latitude each time it updates the graph (every four seconds in fastest data acquisition mode).
The green 'scale box' is 2 meters on a side. It will not always have a square shape, since the graph scaling for latitude is not necessarily the same as the graph scaling for longitude. During the early rounds, sometimes only a portion of the scale box is visible; this occurs when the displayed ranges of latitude and longitude are very small.
The elevation is corrected to the EGM96 geoid. This provides absolute accuracy in elevation just under one meter.
A 'settings' screen provides options to keep the screen continuously on while the app is running, change the interval between measurements (in minutes, with a minimum of 1 minute), choose the language (English, French, Spanish, or German), choose the elevation units (meters or feet), choose whether to allow the app to run in the background, and choose which format to display the coordinates. There is also a button to reset the saved measurements, which can be viewed on the 'history' screen.
When the 'save' button is pressed, the date, time, and average coordinates are also copied to the clipboard, including the history data.
Note, when you change the 'background run' status on the settings screen, you must restart the app for this change to take effect.
Localization language support is provided for French, German and Spanish.
Applications of 'Precision GPS Pro' include navigation, geocaching, prospecting, emergencies, surveying a property, observational astronomy, and archaeology.
If you have any suggestions for improvements or problem reports, please contact us at email@example.com.
OASVN is a free and Open Source software licensed under the Lesser GPL. This Professional version receives bug fixes and general stability updates that the free version does not get and helps support development of OASVN. I will be adding additional nice features to the pro version only, but I want to keep the free version fully functional as an subversion client.
Major changes in this version include
• svn+ssh:// + private key support
• a local and repository browser with many features
• Conflict detection and resolution!
• Working copies can now be saved anywhere in the filesystem.
Major Contributors to the project include: (Thank You!)
Tim Jagenberg : svn+ssh with private key
Sascha Zieger: local browser and export ability
This version of OASVN supports the following SVN operations:
• Checkout (Head or Choose Revision)
• Add (files added to the working copy directory are automatically added on commit
• Export (allows complete export from the remote repo or just exporting just one file from either the working copy or the remote repository).
• Conflict Resolution!!!! (Notification of conflicts happens during update and conflicted files are marked in the local browser, clicking on the file in the local browser presents resolution options
• Remote Repository browse allows the ability to export any single file to your local file system
• Remote Revision list with complete details of files added/deleted/modified, author, commit comments, date, etc.
• Log keeps track of all successes and failures on a connection basis and retains information until you clear it out.
• Local Repository browsing allows you to export from your local copy, open files via intent by mime type (should present your with the correct application choices for the job, it is up to the application to respect opening the file by URI) and also shows svn status of files in conflict, or locally updated.
• New svn+ssh code with private key support! (again this is not well tested, I would appreciate feedback using the jira: https://openandroidsvn.atlassian.net/
• Now allows you to save working copies and exports anywhere on the local file-system. (the predetermined /mnt/sdcard/OASVN has been removed)
Also there is English and German language support. Translations in any language welcome!
We have taken every precaution to ensure this works correctly, but please make sure to back up your repositories regularly!
Source for the project is located here: https://code.google.com/p/open-andriod-svn/
Note: svn+ssl is still experimental. I have received some positive feedback but I do not have access to do in-depth testing yet on this protocol, please send me any feedback using the Jira, my email or website.
System Manager for Android is a device monitoring and energy saving application that includes :
- A power usage reporting tool, that let you know what is the power usage distribution between the different hardware components of your device and what is the power usage of each single software package installed on your device,
- A data accountant, reporting device and per-app mobile data and WiFi usages over the last day, week and month. This feature will help you manage your mobile data plan,
- A CPU usage monitor that tracks down every cycle used by you apps, and let you know which ones are using the most processing power, and most importantly, which ones are using it while the device should be sleeping,
- Evaluates in real-time battery current intensity and estimates remaining time on an average or current rate basis,
- A task manager, with the ability to stop multiple apps at once,
- A monitoring system, charting CPU and network, in real-time,
- A connectivity manager, with the ability to automatically shut down WiFi and/or mobile data when turning off your device, and to turn on mobile data only when the apps you've chosen are running (and turning it off when none of them are),
- A system optimizer, that closes unused apps for you at regular interval in background, to help you keep CPU and memory footprints of your apps to a minimum,
- A very gentle (or very aggressive) automatic task killer, keeping an eye on CPU usage of all running processes and terminating whatever is crossing the threshold you've specified,
- An accountant of all network usage, helping you to determine in real-time or over long periods what is using your data plan,
- Two separated widgets home screen (one for system performance, another one for power monitoring) and a persistent notification, so you get instant access to the most useful information very easily, such as instant CPU usage, network traffic and estimation of the remaining battery life (or time for full charge.)
System Manager for Android has been developed to be the most lightweight possible, CPU and memory wise.
This app won't ask you for unnecessary permissions like Internet or personal data access.
System Manager for Android is compatible with devices of all manufacturers running Android versions 2.2.x up to 4.0.x, as well as tablets running Android versions 3.x up to 4.0.x.
Devices with large screens like tablets are fully supported, as the app is taking advantage of all screen real estate to provide you with a nice control panel.
May you encounter something wrong with System Manager for Android, please send us a report from your device if you are proposed to. This will transmit to the developers non-personal information on what happened, helping us to correct the issue.
!!!Works with GPS feature turned off!!!
eGPS Elevation will come in handy for any fan of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, camping or any location-based social networking activities. It also uses the most advanced map technology to give you precise directions and pinpoint your destination address down to the zip code. Anyone who has ever found themselves on a road trip in an unfamiliar city will be able to appreciate the ability to receive such accurate directions whenever they want to find a restaurant, gas station or hotel.
eGPS Elevation app is sure to please fans of our eGPS Lite. Like the eGPS Lite, this app has all the GPS capabilities you could ask for and shows your destination or location down to the latitude and longitude, speed and heading.
The biggest difference between this app and the eGPS Lite is that this app has greatly improved altitude and elevation readings. In a typical Android GPS, altitude readings are notoriously inaccurate. People don't always think about things such as altitude and elevation when they are deciding on where they want to go when they travel, but it is a bigger factor that many realize. High altitude can have an effect on a person's health if he isn't used to it. The thinner air can result in issues such as shallower breathing, insomnia and decreased appetite. These are by no means severe, but they can be bothersome. Knowing a location's real altitude and real elevation can indeed come in handy, and with this app you can be sure that your GPS altitude and GPS elevation will be far more accurate than what can be found on any other Android GPS app on the market. Just touch any part of the map screen on the app's easy-to-read interface to know the exact altitude and elevation of that location.
Sonuçları doğru alabilmek için GPS ve İnternet Bağlantınız olması gerekmektedir.
Ölçüm işlemi sadece GPS e bağlı olmadığı için binaların içersinde de rakım bilgilerine ulaşabilirsiniz.
Harita üzerinde istediğiniz bölgeye 1 sn tıklayın ve o bölgenin rakım bilgilerine erişin.
Uygulamadaki aksaklık, hata ve görüşlerinizi bildirmenizi rica ederim.
Height above sea level, is an application to help you find your fishing spot.
GPS and an Internet connection to get the results must be accurate.
GPS is not connected to you in the process of measuring the altitude information can be found for the buildings.
Click on a sec, and the region on the map region you want to access your altitude information.
Glitch in the application, error, and feedback please contact us.
!!!Works with GPS feature turned off!!!
eGPS Altitude will come in handy for any fan of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, camping or any location-based social networking activities. It also uses the most advanced map technology to give you precise directions and pinpoint your destination address down to the zip code. Anyone who has ever found themselves on a road trip in an unfamiliar city will be able to appreciate the ability to receive such accurate directions whenever they want to find a restaurant, gas station or hotel.
eGPS Elevation app is sure to please fans of our eGPS Lite. Like the eGPS Lite, this app has all the GPS capabilities you could ask for and shows your destination or location down to the latitude and longitude, speed and heading.
The biggest difference between this app and the eGPS Lite is that this app has greatly improved altitude and elevation readings. In a typical Android GPS, altitude readings are notoriously inaccurate. People don't always think about things such as altitude and elevation when they are deciding on where they want to go when they travel, but it is a bigger factor that many realize. High altitude can have an effect on a person's health if he isn't used to it. The thinner air can result in issues such as shallower breathing, insomnia and decreased appetite. These are by no means severe, but they can be bothersome. Knowing a location's real altitude and real elevation can indeed come in handy, and with this app you can be sure that your GPS altitude and GPS Altitude will be far more accurate than what can be found on any other Android GPS app on the market. Just touch any part of the map screen on the app's easy-to-read interface to know the exact altitude and elevation of that location.
The Solar Compass in 2D shows the direction of north as a simple compass and draws the path which the sun will take in the summer, winter, spring and autumn, as well as the path the sun takes now. Panels should be installed on south facing roof planes to give the maximum yield.
Solar Compass 3D uses the device’s camera to show these sun paths in augmented reality, superimposed on the camera’s view. The 2D and 3D compass are invaluable to show the sun’s path even on cloudy days or at night when assessing the most suitable planes for a solar installation.
The Survey tool is used to measure the elevation and bearing of object which might obstruct the sun’s rays. In order to comply with the latest UK regulations any objects which might shade the solar PV installation must be taken into account when estimating the performance of the installation. The elevation and bearing should be used to estimate the appropriate shading factor according the MCS guidelines.
Now in Version 1.2 there is screen to let you estimate the elevation an obstruction will have if measured from the solar panel if you cannot access the panel location to take an accurate reading.
The Slope tool can be used to measure the slope of a roof, which is critical in accessing the performance of solar PV panels. The device can be placed on a rafter to measure the slope directly or the camera view can be used to estimate the slope if the roof is not easily accessible.
These tools can be used alongside ProFactum’s laptop based EPiSolar program, a sales tool which models the roof, calculates the performance of solar PV installations and produces the quotation and contract paperwork.
Do you feel like your touches are detected inaccurately?
Touchscreen calibration is the perfect app to calibrate your touchscreen so that your touches get detected more accurately .
-> Easy to use. Quick calibration process.
-> Calibrates each gesture separately .So you know exactly what is happening throughout the process.
NOTE : Works better with a rooted phone.
As fingers are placed on the screen the display updates.
In addition to that Total Touch displays device information such as type of device, gpu, screen resolution and gpu ram size.
This application is ad supported.
Read phone state permission is required in order to keep the screen on.
Enjoy! Please rate and comment.
"Touch Protector" to resolve such concerns. By locking while displaying the screen of smartphone, the Touch Protector prevents the unexpected operation.
== Easy to use ==
To lock screen, do the following action during the other app is displayed on the screen.
- Tap the "Touch Protector" after pulling down the status bar
- Touch the proximity sensor with your finger (See "Try the proximity sensor locking!" below)
To unlock screen, do the one of the following actions during the screen is locked.
- Press or tap the BACK key
- Press or tap the HOME key
- Switch the app
- Tap the "Touch Protector" after pulling down the status bar
== Useful cases ==
- Shopping notes while shopping in the supermarket
Lock the screen while viewing the shopping notes received by e-mail app. The screen remains locked even when out of the pocket in the same way as the smartphone shopping notes written on a piece of paper. You can find foods without having to worry about the unexpected touch mistake.
And so on.
== Try the proximity sensor locking! ==
Almost smartphone has a proximity sensor that looks like a hole similar to an in-camera. If you enable the proximity sensor locking feature in the setting menu, you can lock screen very quickly by touching the sensor with your finger. It's useful when you want to lock screen quickly at any time.
The following instruction enables/disables the proximity sensor locking feature.
1. Tap the "..."(vertical actually) icon at the right bottom corner or right top corner in this screen
2. Tap the "Settings"
3. Tap the "Proximity sensor locking"
In addition, see the above "To unlock screen" about the ways to unlock screen.
v1.1: Points with measured RSSI values and AP placement are displayed on generated webpage ( ... > Send )
Location sharing in 60 seconds
☆ install Graticule
☆ configure the beacon source and interval
☆ share your private web link
Shared your private link with the wrong person? No problem!
You can switch to a new one in a matter of seconds.
☆ you get a private web tracking link that you can share with anyone
☆ the tracking code is disposable
☆ no registration required
☆ no identifiable information sent from your device
☆ fully encrypted communication
What can I do with it?
☆ give peace of mind to your family or loved ones when travelling
☆ showing off while paragliding (assuming you still have enough signal for a data connection)
☆ putting a cheap android phone in your car, on your pet, or anywhere else and track it
☆ guide someone remotely
☆ no longer have to answer "Where are you?" or "How far are you?"
☆ anything else you can think of
What do I need?
☆ an android device :-)
☆ data connection
☆ GPS or Wi-Fi turned on (depending on what accuracy you need)
The tracklog is NOT saved in this free version, just the last beacon!
You need to get the PRO version if you need the whole tracklog.
Get in touch!
• email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• webpage: https://graticule.link/
• Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112331641529548592351
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/graticuleapp
• Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/graticule
Description of motion detection utility:
The blind shall lead the mobile camera in the direction that interests them control. If the motion produced is small beep and vibration will be severe cuts. As the area increases with movement will increase the sound pitch and duration of the vibration.
The device is to be kept always pointed in the same direction to be controlled. Small vibrations do not interfere with the operation.
Instructions for use:
The application is controlled by six buttons:
- Enable vibrator activates motion detection alert via vibration. If the detected change is large vibration will be long and vice versa.
- Stop vibrator off notice by the vibrator.
- Enable Sound: warning activated by sound. If the detected change is great tone will be high and vice versa.
- Stop Sound: Turns the warning by sound.
- High sensitivity: small changes detected are reported.
- Low sensitivity: small changes are not reported.
Description light explorer utility:
The user must send the device camera towards the area you want to detect changes in light.
The application is controlled by the following switches:
Vibrator: to enable or disable the vibrator.
Sound: To enable or disable the beep.
Voice: To enable or disable the synthesized voice ever reports the percentage change in value.
High Sensitivity Switch: If this switch is on the marginal changes also inform.
Switch quick update: If this switch is on four measurements shall be made per second.
Exposure lock switch: Activating this switch look exposure to the moment you press and not return to self-adjust until you deactivate.
- Average light intensity: is the average intensity value considering the entire image captured by the camera. It is the best option for use the application as a light detector.
- Maximum light intensity: Indicates the maximum intensity detected at some point in the image.
- Central light intensity: indicates the intensity measured at the center of the image. For the measured intensity is accurate is advisable to lock the exposure.
At the bottom of the screen are three switches for selecting the volume of beep.
- Full access to network: used by Google Analytics to report usage statistics application.
- Storage: stored internal algorithms settings.
Important: The images captured by the camera are not stored on the device or sent anywhere in the cloud. The images are used solely for internal detection algorithm and then removed.
The machine vision applications are not infallible because the algorithms used do not cover all possible situations of use. The program is provided as is without warranty of any kind. Never use this application in situations that may endanger people or property damage. The application developer is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability, effectiveness, or correct use of the application, or any consequence of this.
ARMv7 devices with NEON FPU support, running Android Gingerbread (2.3.3 - 2.3.7), Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3, 4.0.4), Jelly Bean (4.1.x, 4.2.x, 4.3.x), KitKat (4.4.x) or Lollipop (5.0.x).
Please note that Android 3.x (Honeycomb) is NOT supported.
This is an extension to Android Tasker
This extension only features one function:
- Check if a choosen process / app is running
There are multiple photographs of examples for each style. The hundreds of pictures were taken in Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax, Lunenburg, Quebec City and some other Canadian locations.
The destination emails need only be set one time, when the app is first installed, and are remembered after that.
The observations might be problems noted like fallen or diseased trees, damage to trails, litter or unauthorized ATV sightings.
Frequent categories of reports can be labelled and color-coded, and these names then appear on a drop-down menu.
The reports can be made either at your actual location or at any point selected on a map.
There are two ways to use the app. You can choose from pre-selected color options or else input your own colors in RGB (Red/Green/Blue values) format.
There is also a built-in tool to suggest matching colors and to provide the RGB values of any color chosen.
The shared fleet layouts are drawn randomly from a hundred pre-selected arrangements.
In this mplementation, there are seven ships, none of which touch each other.
To play, the user first takes their turn and keeps shooting till the entire fleet is sunk. Then you switch to the enemy side and keep pressing the fire button until the fleet is sunk.
The app then compares score and decides the winner.
Preliminary research suggests that dogs may have an internal compass to sense the direction of Magnetic North. You may have observed your own dog twirling to and fro for no apparent reason prior to 'going about their business'.
This app provides a convenient tool to measure and record your own dog's 'crapping alignment' and assist in this research project.
USING THE APP
Note: If not already on, the Location setting should be enabled on your phone. Depending on the version of Android go to Settings and select Location>Use GPS Satellites or in newer versions SETTINGS>LOCATION>MODE and choose High Accuracy. In urban settings, the Use Wi-Fi or Battery Saving Mode may be sufficient. If the GPS was not previously turned on, it takes up to 3 minutes to establish a signal and requires a clear view of the sky to find the satellites.
First step after you install the app is to tap the Setup button near the bottom left of the landing page screen. This will redirect to a second screen,
1) SET EMAIL
First after you install the app is to tap the Setup button near the bottom left of the landing page screen. This will redirect to a second screen, Set-Up Info.
Enter your chosen email into the upper Edit Box. Then tap the yellow Enter Email Above button to save your email to the phone memory. Tap the third box down Review Email Setting to confirm it. You only set your email the first time using the app.
2) SET DOG PROFILES
On the Set-up page, there are three menus, BREED, AGE and SEX. Select the option which describes your dog. Then type the dog's name. When all four items are complete tap the yellow button Enter Dog Info Above to save. Tap Review Dog Settings to check it. For more than one dog, repeat.
This only needs to be done when you first install the app, or to add a new dog,.
3) PREPARE TO TAKE A READING
Return to the Main Page and the dog names appear at the top of the drop-down menu on the right. To the left is an optional Comment.
Below are three menus Circle, Act and Leash. These are mandatory but can be selected either before or after you set the Compass reading.
The first is the direction the dog circles, either CLW for clockwise or CCL for counter-clockwise. Next is the menu Ac to choose between DEF for defecation or URI for urination.The rightmost menu Leash has ON for on-leash or OFF.
4)TAKE THE COMPASS READING
Next align the phone with the long axis of your dog when it starts to go. Hold the phone horizontally with the top of the phone pointing toward the dog's head and parallel to the dog's spine. Best if the dog is off-leash and free to spin around.
There are two ways to record the alignment, and both do the same thing. Either tap the dog picture in the center, or the green button RECORD.
The text on the green button changes to SET, and a red button appears at the bottom titled SEND.
Select the circling direction, the action and the leash status, and the dog name from the four menus before you proceed.
5) TAP THE SEND BUTTON
Finally, tap the red button titled SEND. If all the info is entered, a popup box will say Recorded and the red button will disappear.
If any info was not entered properly, warnings will popup and no recording will be sent. But if all is OK, tapping the SEND button will send an email to your account and a reading be automatically posted to the research database.
The email will include the alignment in degrees, the dog's name and the location and time.
Clicking the link in the email takes you to a map showing the site on Google Maps.
We thank you for your participation in this interesting study.
It appears that dogs have an internal compass to sense the direction of Magnetic North. You may have observed your dog twirling to and fro for no apparent reason prior to 'going about their business'.
This app provides a convenient tool to measure and record your own dog's 'crapping alignment' and verify this unusual behavior.
You set your home email the first time using the app, and afterward your phone will remember it for future use. The results of your successive observations are automatically emailed to this account for your records.
USING THE APP
1) Set the data
To set your home email tap the Setup button near the bottom left of the landing page screen. This will redirect to a second screen, Load User Info.
On this screen, enter your chosen email into the upper Edit Box and the dog breed into the lower Edit Box. You then tap the appropriate Enter buttons to save this info. You can verify that everything recorded correctly using the Review buttons. These settings need only be made the first time you use the app. For subsequent observations at later dates, this info is recalled from the phone memory.
2) Align the phone with the axis of your dog's spine when it starts to go.
3) Tap the Record Button
This will cause an email to be sent to your designated account. This message will include the alignment in degrees, whether that result is aligned with the north/south axis, the dog breed, the location and the time.
Clicking the link takes you to a map showing the site on Google Maps.
TIPS FOR RECORDING OBSERVATIONS
Only measure unleashed dogs in an open terrain. The dog has to have free access to the defecation place from all directions (it must not be constrained in any way). Do not observe your dog near high-voltage power lines or railways.
Measure the direction along the spine into the direction of the head (as illustrated at top); if the dog turns its head, still note only the direction along the spine and not of the head.
Please choose the breed of your dog from the following list:
To use it you need only to select an appropriate noise level (in decibels) that will trigger the recording function, find a good place to locate the phone, and then click Tap To Start.
The default noise level setting is 65 db, about equivalent to a low conversation across a room. By tapping the drop-down menu, you can choose another setting as required.
If the decibel threshhold is set too sensitive (low) then the many recordings will eventually fill the space on the phone's internal memory. Always set it for the maximum level which suits your needs.
The phone should be laying on its left edge, with the back facing the area to be watched.
The app is designed to make no noise and to block the tendency of the phone to go to sleep.
It does not require that the phone charger be plugged in, although that might be a good idea if the phone is not being hidden somewhere.
The first clip is not recorded but it just used to help set up the camera angle.
The video recordings are 30 seconds in length and there is a 3 second gap before the next one begins to allow time to save the file.
After a recording clip is completed, its name is added to the top of the list on the lower drop-down menu. Therefore the most recent file is always at the top and moving down the list shows older recordings.
The file names have four parts, separated by dashes. The first is the hour, the second the minutes and the third the second on which the recording ended. The fourth number which is followed by 'db' is the maximum decibel level of the recording.
You can delete all the recordings by tapping Delete All. You are then prompted Confirm? to make sure that you really want to do that. Tap this again and all those files will be removed from the phone memory and from the dropdown menu list. (You also have the option of deleting a single recording selected from the drop-down menu.)
To stop the app while it is recording, wait for the gap between recordings and then click the button on the main page labelled Tap To Stop.
To replay a file, select it from the menu list and tap Replay. This sends you to a another page with a view window where your selection will start.
On this second page, there are three buttons. On the left is the Replay button whiere the name of the file playing will be displayed. To replay this same recording, tap this left-most button.
The middle button on the Play page would start the recording that was prior to the one you just viewed. This might not be for the time just beforehand, depending if there was any noise then, but for the interval prior during which a noise was detected.
The rightmost button on the Play page deletes the file which you have just viewed.
In addition to also sending a copy to the contracting company, this estimate is stored and forms the basis to automatically send the final invoice.
To setup the app for the first time, you enter some basic information about your company, the name, phone number, email and contact person.
On the landing Job Estimate page, tap Setup and type this information into the appropriate text entry boxes on the Company Info page. Tap Save and then review your entries to ensure they are correct.
\n\nNote that this Setup needs only be done once, when the app is first installed. The information is stored permanently on the phone afterwards.
To begin, tap the Customer Info button on the app landing page screen and then enter the requested informatoion about the client; their name, phone, email and any other comments you choose. Then tap the Save button.
Client information is stored by phone number.
Next return to the Job Estimate page and tap Job Details.
Enter the client phone number at the top, then a job description just below that.
You have several ways to can enter the job details.
First is a line beginning with Units. You might use this if you are estimating based on square feet, for example. Enter the number of units, their type, and finally enter your billing charge per unit.
If you scroll down this Unit line, there is another (optional) line into which you can enter the dimensions of the area for which the Units number refers. After the length and width are entered, tap Area. The answer will appear in the Units box in the upper of the two lines.
Next down, if you wish to list parts, there is a scrolling section for parts 1 through 4.
For each part type, enter the name, the cost (do not enter the dollar sign) and the number into the appropriate sections. If you do not enter the number (#), it will be assumed to be 1.
Below the parts section is an optional line where you can enter your billable hours and hourly rate.
The next line down has a box marked Other where you can enter any other charges in your estimate. In the simplest form of an estimate, this might be the only text box that you filled in at all.
To the right is the final text entry box into which you enter the percentage tax which will be added to your bill, 13 for example (do not enter percentage symbol).
The bottom text entry line is for reductions. These can be either a fixed amount like 200 entered into the left box, or else a percentage discount like 10, for example for a 10% seniors discount.
When all the info that you choose to enter is complete, tap Total and that amount will appear in the blue rectangle at the bottom left of the screen. If this seems OK, tap Next to go to the Review Summary page.
SENDING THE ESTIMATE
Assuming you entered the client information, and repeated the client phone # on the Job Detail page, then client details will be shown above the job item amounts.
Check the amounts to ensure they are correct. Then tap Send Estimate and an email containing the estimate summary will be sent to the client, and a copy sent to your company email for a record.
SENDING AN INVOICE
After the work is completed, you can also use the app to send a final invoice.
Return to the Job Detail page and enter the client phone number and then tap the Retrieve button. The estimate details should re-appear in the appropriate text boxes. Then type Next to go to the Review Summary page.
You now enter the payments details into the white Payment Terms box, for example Due within 30 days. Then tap Send Invoice and a copy will be sent to the client and another to your company email.
Do test the app first with an imaginary client, to which you assign your own email address. Follow all the steps and you should receive two copies of the estimate and two of the invoice to your own company's email.
GeoNote records geo-tagged walking observations. It automatically sends short or verbally-entered notes with GPS coordinates to a preset home email.
Received emails have a link to Google Maps with an icon marking the precise location from which the note was sent. This forms a permanent record.
Satellite location setting must be switched on AND a position established.. (It will also work with WiFi Location, but not very accurately)
The email is only set once when the app is first installed. After that, it is automatic.
Because the notification is by phone vibration, the device will have to be kept in a pocket or adjacent somehow to the sleeper.
The choice of vibration is to avoid disturbing your partner by the sound of a ringing phone.
There are two Settings options. One choice called Noise Level is the sensitivity threshold which determines how loud a snore will trigger the snore alarm. The default setting of 55 decibels assumes fairly loud snoring and also that the phone be kept close to the head. If after testing, this is found to be not sensitive enough, choose a lower number from the dropdown menu labelled Noise Level.
The second option called Notification changes the type of vibration notification. The default setting signals with an SOS message. The other options are for a shorter or a longer vibration. Note that the signal will repeat at intervals until the red Tap To Stop button is pressed.
To use the app, tap the button Tap To Start and then quietly place the phone in your pyjama pocket or in your pillow. There is a ten second delay at startup to provide enough time to place the device somewhere without falsely triggering the alarm.
You can press the button at the top or side of your phone which darkens the screen. This reduces power consumption and the app is designed to work even when the phone is 'sleeping'.
If you are awoken by the vibration, press Tap To Stop to end the vibration. When you want to return to sleep, restart the app by pressing Tap To Start again.
If you want to listen to the sound which activated the snore notification, tap Replay to hear the sound clip. This recording is saved on the SD card of the phone in the Notes directory. The audio file name is LOUD.
There is the option to send an email to a pre-selected email address. This message lists the sound clip name on the SD card and also has a link to Google Maps showing the location where the reading was measured
It allows saving and naming of sound clips and also sends geo-tagged emails to your preset address, describing the event.
The maximum decibel level shown is limited by the phone hardware to about 81 decibels.
The Color Match app is used for selecting appropriate matching colors. This is mostly intended for fashion coordination but can also be used for interior decorating, graphic design, weaving, Christmas tree lights, etc.
The app uses four color matching strategies:
- matching different shades of the same hue
- adjacent colors which are 30 degrees apart on the color wheel
- complementary colors which are 180 degrees apart on the color wheel
- contrasting colors lying 120 degrees apart on the color wheel
The user first selects their basic color on a detailed color wheel. Then they then can toggle between the four matching strategies.
The app will display up to three matching colors on a swaths page that allows varying the darkness shades till an ideal match is identified.
There is also a handy reference section explaining the theory and practice of color matching.
The Color Match app is fun and easy to use.
It keeps track of clients, their workouts, and the activities in each workout. The app facilitates observation and measurement of the activities. Emails are automatically sent to the trainer's account to act as a record of various changes and actions.
There are many other useful features.
This app is a 12 person stopwatch and data logger for coaching a cross country running team.
The app saves results to a web database and also sends automatic email records.
There is also a feature to map a route and determine its distance and elevation changes.