Useful app for viewing raw sensor data Users concerned that altitude readings are not repeatable need to consider that this is calculated based on atmospheric pressure. The influence of weather needs to be accounted for. This is a limitation of the method as opposed to the application. If you wish greater repeatability you'll need to measure via GNSS ellipsoid height and translate to geodetic height using your region's gravimetric model.
I'm not too sure if I trust this app's readings as it gives me mixed data. My home temperature is set to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The app read 71.5 at first which I would consider very accurate. 15 minutes later it read 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Not sure if it's because my phone is hot or what. But I really want to use it for the humidity detection and that also seemed to jump from 40 to 50. I'll check again soon and see what happens.
I tried many other sensor apps and ALL of them could NOT show the Temperature & Humidity. I actually started to believe my S4 did not have those sensors as so many report on-line. I nearly gave up & was ready to trade for another phone when I found this app. It works. It shows the temp & humidity. My phone DOES have those sensors & I am a happy camper! I don't know how you did it, but thank you Alessandro :) BTW, I have the S4 Active...
Does exactly what it says. Not a lot you can do with it but there's not exactly much you can do with sensor readings. Would be more entertaining if there were more functionality but functions that do what? I have no idea. Like I said, not a lot you can do with sensor readout but if you could think of somtbinglikebe able to compare or just see what the readings are any were in the world. Just a little something so the user feels like they have something to do. All in all, good app though. Thank you.
Works great and use for nature outings. Would give a 5 but sometimes altitude is way off. Right now My Altitude gives 580 waist height at the Lake Michigan shoreline which is accurate, but for some reason Galaxy Sensors says 193 feet. Wouldnt be much good if wondering if your house would flood in a hurricane. Please fix so consistently accurate thanks
Useful but not always accurate... Works perfectly! But only reports the actual readings from your phone's sensors. And unfortunately, your phone is a highly subjective source. It will be warmer in your hand than air that is one foot away. Humidity and pressure readings in your phone don't necessarily match what the weather service reports. And the altimeter is off sometimes by as much as 80 ft... because the phone estimates altitude via air pressure. So this software is useful, but don't rely on it for objective accuracy.
1.7: support for new devices
1.7.1: fixed share, general fixes, api updates
1.7.2: general fixes, color change fix
A weather app with rainfall amount,precipitation,temperature,moon phase,humidity
Galaxy S7/S8/Note8 : Smart Switch(Content transfer Tool) is preloaded.