Galaxy Nexus 4.1 Yakju issue. Jelly bean yakju on the galaxy nexus stock does not work with this app. Crash on launch. Waiting for fix for better rating.
Fascinating Works very well on Galaxy Note i717. I set it quietly on a table, and saw two weak lines at 18khz and 12khz in my living room. Hmmmm. by moving the phone around I located the 18khz line to my electronic dog fence controller, very strong. The 12khz was coming from my shut off plasma tv. A reviewer said it showed bats, can't wait to try it. Mike
Haven't found anything better And the premium version has most of the features people complain about this one not having. That said, it's kind of annoying that logarithmic isn't the default, and that there aren't any advanced analysis tools at all even in the premium version... But the thing I took off a star for is that it doesn't show the full spectrum captured by the input device, which seems like the bare minimum for a spectrogram with non-adjustable range.
Crashes on launch Evidently this app doesnt work with Android 4.1.1 no the Galaxy Nexus. Tested on two different phones.
SUCKS,JUNK,,DONT WASTE TIME 1/2 star,,this app sucks the big lowinski,,big time sucks sucks sucks,,wasted time,downloading,wont change colors,,sucks,,
Well... Interesting for what it is - a simple real-time 8khz spectral display of ambient bg noise as received by your phone or tablet mic. So since it is what it says on the tin: 3 stars (average). You might get some use testing your car stereo and making comparisons. Needs hold and wider range. Or function to analyze recordings? Just "meh".
- Native support for large screens and tablets.
- Updated to Android 2.3 with support for Android 3.x
- Minor bug fixes
- support fo sd-install
- crash when pausing app fixed
Thanks to all that contributed!