DRONE9000 is intended to be a quick-resource app; after pairing a Sensordrone, the app will automatically connect on start and you ready to take measurements (auto connecting is a feature than can be turned off).
PLEASE NOTE: Aside from the left and right menus, all items use long-clicks instead of taps. For example, to select a different Temperature unit, hold down the "Temperature Units" in the settings until a pop-up menu shows to select your preferred unit.
DRONE9000 has several "views" and does not necessarily intend to just display a single sensor value. Currently, there are "Ambient Condition", "Carbon Monoxide", and "IR Thermometer". Carbon Monoxide and IR Thermometer simply show those values, as those are interesting applications on their own. Ambient Conditions show temperature, humidity, and pressure all in one place, as those are things one would typically want to see all at once. More views will be added along the way, such as a "Color Matching" using the RGBC sensor, for example.
In addition to real-time measurements, DRONE9000 has a background monitoring service that can log data from each of the 11 sensors (12 counting Altitude) at one hour intervals. This data can be viewed, graphed (with pinch-to-zoom), and exported as a csv file. All data is stored in a database locally on your phone, and can be cleared at any time.
The color scheme of the app is rather "vibrant". It looks allright on a Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4, but looks pretty horrible on a Galaxy Note 8. Custom colors is something I plan to implement in the future.
I've decided to make this app free, so if you find this app useful please consider donating to help me support it! For more information, please visit the developer page at http://markslaboratory.com/drone9000/
Moved bluetooth connection to a background thread. Should help with the UI responsiveness, and prevent ANR problems on some devices.
Logged data selection is done from the right menu now.
Added a 'Sensordrone Status' view. Shows: Battery Voltage, Firmware Version, and Estimated Remaining Battery Life in hours.
Wrong month number was being displayed while viewing the logged data for a sensor (was showing 1 month behind).