Oscilloscope: Sound Visualizer

4.7
86 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

A cool and beautiful sound visualizer app which paints the sound detected by your device's microphone as a real-time waveform with color and fade effects. Great for running on a large screens at parties.
Updated on
Oct 31, 2020

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4.7
86 reviews
Christopher Sleath
May 9, 2020
Does what it says. Don't expect a fully functional electronics tool but instead an interesting view of audio waves with a cool fading of the previous traces. Its interesting for a while and would probably be educational for kids. Suggestions if you want any would be to allow adjustment of the amplitude and time base by pinching the axes. I found it didn't pick up the TV very well, so maybe being able to change the amplitude at least would help. Automatic ranging perhaps? Nice job
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spikything.com
May 9, 2020
Thanks for the review. All good ideas - I hope I can get around to them soon :)
Theodore Lim
May 10, 2020
A fun and colorful oscilloscope. Not sure what the PRO designation means. Would be nice to have a 3D landscape like view where the older waveforms fade into the distance.
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spikything.com
May 10, 2020
Good idea. Pro is just the designation for this ad-free version of the app :)
Real Name
May 17, 2020
Doesn't seem to work on Samsung Galaxy A40 with Android 10... Can't rate higher than 1 star Edit: The app has all required permissions and has been tested with internal and external microphone, still nothing
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spikything.com
May 17, 2020
It's possible that you've encountered this bug in Android 10 (link below). It's not a problem with my app - I've tested it successfully on Android 6 through 10. I'll be prodding Google about their bug and suggest you do the same - the more people urge them to fix it the better :) https://is.gd/gg6VCU

What's new

Minor updates required for Android 11