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I just now tried a bunch of these, looking for a meter app to help find the correct level that audio should be mixed at, for my recording studio. Sure, I'll calibrate it with an actual meter when I'm finished with renovations but this app is pretty close, if it's not spot on. All the other ones I tried (started from the highest rating down) were way off. They were still only reading 73dB when it was dangerously loud and 43dB when the only noise in the room was a "silent" computer fan.
87 people found this review helpful
Using a Pixel 6, this app measured within 1 dB of difference of a professional sound meter setup at ~85 dB. I was quite impressed when I tested it. Also has nice features (like calibration offset, and 180 screen rotation to let you point your microphone and use the app).
10 people found this review helpful
Ads get disruptive to the point making this app useless when you want to urgently measure the noise. At the launch you get a bunch of full screen ads you cannot skip, so by the time you get to the functionality - it's too late. It's like rotating the ads all the time while this app is running wasn't enough, with those full-screen ads you don't get to use the app, but you see the ads instead. Uninstalling this rubbish.
64 people found this review helpful