Works great on LG Nexus 5 I can tell what time I was in the building at work or even the high and low spots in my commute based on the pressure log display. Loved it on my old Galaxy Nexus and it looks even better on the new 1920x1080 phone. Axis numbers tended to stack up on each other in portrait, but the extra pixels solved that! Could wish for a help file and variable sampling rate, but that's just me complaining. The app is simple and works.
Works Very Well This App is very usefull for short term forecasting and monitoring atmospheric pressure trends in advance of and during Low pressure systems/winter storms and even Thunderstorms.
Very good Would be nice to set sample frequency. Also if there was a 'get one time gps height' button so you could set when you change location, but not leave gps on all the time which wastes battery. If it had permission to turn on gps until it got the location it would be very convenient, then automatically switch it off after height was set.
Cool but a big battery drain
Very useful application for boating. Small footprint. Only one problem: the storm alarm cannot be stopped from the application. It is necessary to exit the application and to force stop it. Otherwise simple and perfect. Thanks to the developer.
Good Battery drain. It will be good if it have automatic altitude changes depends about changes in barometric pressure (swotch between altitude and pressure) like watch suunto core.
GPS support to determine altitude. Original pressure is also plotted when using altitude.
Another attempt to keep background service alive. Filtering of strange pressure values.
Fixed wrong pressure in graph caption. Added averaging level, high level gives smooth graph when zoomed in.
Moved slidebar to settings. Less battery usage.
Option to hide second graph when using altitude.
Added extra resolutions
New export to CSV