Needs a lot of improvement The flashlight is the only useful tool The sound level meter reads 68 db. in a completely quite room. Distance measured is totally out of calibration and reads differently each and every time at the exact same distance. The level isn't even that accurate. The only good thing about this app is that it was free.
Makita mobile tools This is a nice professional looking app. I wanted to use the decibel app to check some computer fan noise but unfortunately this tool just doesn't work. It looks like it is stuck in slow motion and doesn't want to move. Checked with a few other decibel apps and at least those seem to work. Other than the one tool I needed everything else looks nice. I hope they keep improving it.
Makita You make really good tools and this is no way up to standard. Sorry to say it's a toy not a professional equipment. So in accurate level by eye is better. And the measure said my kitchen was 10 mtrs bigger. I wish. .
Fun, not super useful, but fun On my phone the bubble level works well, I like the zero lock on it, might be useful at some point. The morse code on the flashlight could be good in an emergency. Leveling instrument gives rough idea (picture hanging?). The other tools are either redundant (battery) or mostly useless. I.e. inaccurate sound & complicated / inaccurate distance, meters.
Interesting I downloaded this app because I am a huge Makita fan and own about $2000 worth of Makita tools. This app looks great, but it's hard to tell how accurate it is. There is no way to calculate or convert the distance measure. I used my Bosch Lazer measure to compare the app to and the app is way off. .1 off.
Nice app, levelling tools and flash light are great but the other features seem experimental. Distance measure gives random results and the sound level tool seems to read 68 decibels for everything.