Simple to the point Needed a sound meter to measure decibel levels for a church. Looked up a level I needed on the net, then found app has a very simple list of levels with a real world reference to compare with.. like busy street or rock concert.
Nice meter Nice display. Reported levels seem reasonable. I guess it's unweighted as female vocal sounds louder than male in spite of lower reading (more higher frequency so ears more sensitive)
Simple useful app I wish there is also additional info related with safety to our hearing, because for users like me, i don't have any knowledge how harmful 75db or 85db or 95db...
Proves a point My cousin is very loud. He doesn't think he's loud so I can put this app up to his face and be like you are loud see😎😌
Simple effective app! This is a great app for doing exactly what it claims and doing it well. Clear, easy to use and exactly what I was hoping for. The written examples of levels of noise give you a quick association and are an interesting addition!
An app like this ought to have a mode for RECORDING the sound at the same time as the SPL (sound pressure level) is measured and logged. Further, playback should include both playing back the sound and simultaneously displaying the SPL graph, with a cursor following the graph in sync with the playback sound. The quality of the stored sound need not be super high. The main purpose is to be able to identify/recollect the noise source while looking at the SPL.
- v1.6.8 : New icon, minor fix
- v1.6.7 : Arabic support
- v1.6.6 : Galaxy S7 support