Inoltre potrai monitorare l'andamento delle previsioni del tempo in base alla pressione barometrica (se il tuo dispositivo ha il sensore di pressione). Tendenza nuvoloso o soleggiato ultime 12h
Con la funzione scatta foto, potrai scattare fotografie personalizzate (con l'altitutidine ed il luogo dove ti trovi), condividerle con facebook, whats up, email ecc.
Molto interessante è anche l'utilizzo del widget attivabile nella propria scherma.
View your GPS altitude or map elevation on stunning landscapes that adjust according to your local time of day.
A simple and uncluttered interface to read:
• View altitude/elevation in feet or meters
• Built-in flashlight
• Share your altitude/elevation via e-mail or Twitter
• Ad Free
Note: Accuracy is subject to device, location, and signal strength.
Keywords: latitude, accuracy, feet, longitude, hiking, position, meters, trail, location, ft, current, foot, flashlight, m, geocache, geocaching, location, altitude, height, distance
Must have application for every Galaxy S III, Nexus and Galaxy Note owner.
Includes beatiful widget and altimeter.
Simple and elegant with ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) look and feel.
1) Real time pressure on elegant gauge.
2) Barometric altimeter! (m, ft)
3) Pressure variometer (try it in the elevator)
4) Historical chart
5) Pressure trend and weather predictions
6) Multiple units (hPa, inHg, mmHg, psi, atm, kPa)
7) Weather alerts on notification bar
Optimized for Samsung Galaxy S III, Nexus and Galaxy Note
CHECK FREE VERSION FIRST!
Please note that application requires "pressure sensor" to be present in your device (It is not required by manifest file due to testing purposes).
On devices without pressure sensor, fake values are presented and the widget won't work.
Place SyPressure widget on your home screen to enable sampling.
Please note that trends accuracy improves after several hours of sampling.
- improve predictions accuracy
- aquire pressure from network (for devices without sensor)
- coarse location and gps location detection in order to get altitude and improve predictions (as requested by some users)
Please consider to email me with problems rather than posting them in rates. This is a good practice that help developers solve problems and keep application popular.
Thank you. And have fun!
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The altitude shown is TRUE altitude, therefore little differences with the barometric altitude may be observed.
***** Features *****
- GPS true altitude
- Feet scale
- Meters scale
- Smooth and realistic operation
***** Instructions *****
When the app is started it shows 0 ft. Enable your device GPS. As soon as the GPS altitude is fixed it will be shown
in the altimeter. Click on the screen for toogling between feet and meters.
New in V2.0:
+ and - buttons to calibrate the average sea-level pressure (in hPa) of your region.
New user interface.
Uses the phone's pressure sensor: Gives instantaneous results in Imperial and SI units.
Does not rely on GPS: Saves battery life and work indoors (work wherever air is present).
Does not use Internet: Saves your data and battery life.
Uses a low pass filter to smooth results.
Does not require any permission and does not access any data on your phone.
Does not include any ads.
Works only on phones with a pressure sensor (Galaxy S3, S4, Note 1 and 2, Nexus 4, and etc).
Accuracy of the readings is affected by your location, the weather around you, and the sensor's sensitivity.
Keywords: Altimeter Barometer Altitude Elevation Pressure Sensor
Thought for cycling, mountain biking, trekking, hiking, skiing, backcountry skiing, mountaineering.
For weather forecasts: the Barometer monitors pressure and pressure trend, view last 24 hours pressure chart.
Tired of inaccurate altitude measurements given by your GPS?
Want to see and register your vertical speed and your elevation gain?
This application leverages the barometer sensor on your device to give you two possibilities:
- during outdoor activities, use your device as an Altimeter, to monitor altitude gains and drops. You will know your current vertical velocity (meters/hour up or down). Using the TrackAnalyzer feature, you will register: total track time, max and min altitude, total positive and negative altitude gain, number of positive and negative slopes.
- if you are in a fixed place, use your device as a Barometer, monitoring changes in pressure values over time so that you can understand how the weather is going yo change. Yuo can calibrate the Barometer with the exact altitude of the place you are, so that the applcation gives you an estimate of the pressure at sea level
Beta version 1.2.0 available:
The beta version is available after joining the group https://groups.google.com/d/forum/altibaro-beta-testers
The observed value altitude can be calibrated, when the elevation at a location is already known. The approximate ground level elevation of where you are can be got from Google Maps.
Since the barometric pressure varies with the weather, this application may not give accurate results over a long period of time (say several hours), but the relative altitude/elevation is quite accurate for periods of ten's of minutes to less than an hour.
The rate of change of altitude is computed, which is useful to see how fast an elevator goes, or perhaps for skydivers, paragliders or birds.
Important note on Data Recording: Since the Android O/S is not meant to support an App running continuously as a background process, the only reliable way to continuously record data with this app, is to ensure that it is always a foreground process.
Keywords: Barometer Altimeter Altitude Elevation Pressure
This is completely free; there are not even ads! In-App Billing is requested for future use; it is not yet used.
The app is an electronic version of an altimeter and vertical speed indicator (VSI) designed for pilots to use easily. It does not replace the need for an approved altimeter in your aircraft, but that does not mean it doesn't work. I envisage its main uses are as an emergency altimeter if the one on the aircraft fails, and as a tool to allow trainee pilots to learn the basics of altimetry.
It displays feet above the datum which can be expressed in either hectopascals (equivalent to millibars) or inches of mercury. There are buttons to decrease and increase the pressure datum by 10 units and 1 unit, and there is a special button to use to select pressure altitude which instantly sets 1013.25hPa. In this mode, it shows your flight level as well as the pressure altitude.
I have also added the capability to display a rolling 30s history of indicated altitude and vertical speed. How accurate is your straight and level flying? What about your level turns, rate 1, medium rate or steep? You can't focus on the altimeter or VSI while you are turning! With this, you can look at how well you did after the fact.
Perhaps you use an autopilot and you want to know how well it holds your level? This is probably the exact tool you need!
I have now tested it while flying and it was reading about 60 feet high on the Cardiff QFE. That seemed to be consistent through the circuit when comparing its reading to that of the altimeter within the aircraft.
If you intend to make use of it while flying, please read the more extensive notes here beforehand:
In particular, I do not recommend that you use this as your primary reference to altitude.
You can also leave comments on that page. You can access that page through the "About" entry of the menu.
A screen rotation causes loss of historic filter data at present. All that means is that you have to wait a few seconds (depending on the filter strength) to regain accurate indications and for the rolling history graph to catch up.
This version will not tell you if samples of pressure stop coming in. I'll add that feature back in soon.
I expect to fix the above problems in future versions.
NOT FOR NAVIGATION
A bare bones pressure altimeter just like the one in an airplane (except red, for some reason). There are no additional features: if an airplane altimeter doesn't do it, this app won't do it. Unless you count "being red" as a feature.
Uses the pressure sensor in your Android device and the altimeter setting you provide to estimate your altitude. Don't have a pressure sensor? In that case, it pretends you're at sea level. Just to make it clear: this app won't show your altitude unless your device has a pressure sensor inside.
New to altimetry? Check Wikipedia to learn more about altimeter settings (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altimeter). Then check your nearest, most recent METAR (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/METAR) to learn the correct altimeter setting for your area.
Use the volume buttons to change your altimeter setting.
Long-press anywhere to toggle debug information.
Kalman filter smooths out sensor noise
Requires no special permissions at all
Free, no ads, code is public domain!
Imperial units only (feet, inches of mercury)
Pressure altitude only: does not integrate GPS altitude
Visit the website to get the code for yourself!
Many new Android devices are now equipped with digital barometers to lower the time to first fix (TTFF) for the built-in GPS. Now you can use the data collected from that digital barometer to tell the atmospheric pressure and your current altitude using only your Android device.
Features include barometer, altimeter (supports calibration to altitude), digital barometer sensor information, and selectable pressure and altitude units.
Please email me for feature requests if you have a good idea!
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* VFR Forecast chart
* Low-Level Forecast
(note: for taf/metar fallback to ADDS will be made if no answer from LFV. This will be indicated in the GUI)
From ADDS the following services are available:
* TAF/METAR history
* ICAO station info
Services are mainly for pilots flying VFR in Sweden, however TAF and METAR works for all ICAO codes.
All data is fetched directly from LFV. Always make sure the data is valid before flying!!
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