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A simple all-in-one testing solution for all sensors in your android device. It provides graphical toys to list and play around your sensors, as well as reporting sensor values for professional users, and plotting graphs of the changes over time.

This application is suitable for developers, phone service technicians and the hobbyist. It is free and Ad-free.

Usage instructions and notes:

- Each icon on the right pane is for a specific sensor.
- Tapping each icon will open the corresponding sensor.
- If you are unsure about the purpose of an item, open it and read the tip on the top of the screen.
- Dimmed items suggest that your device does not have specific sensors.
- The chart icon at the bottom-left side of the screen displays the values and graphs. Once displayed, tapping the screen will fade them away.
- Your feedback can be a great help to improve this app. In case of any suggestion or to report a bug, please drop a line to

Thank you! Enjoy Sensible.

Tags: sensor, how to plot the sensor values graph.

Recently changed in this version

- Light sensor gadget is now set to shine in lower light levels (it almost never shone indoors a room before)
- Proximity sensor gadget's problem with some devices fixed
- Location dadget's map is now scale-able for tablets
- Map positioning fixed for small devices
- Occasional crash fixed
- Graph view now displayed a larger timeframe
- Slightly modified interface and color theme

Comments and ratings for Sensible
  • (16 stars)

    by Andrew Fleury on 25/04/2013

    EDIT: Yup, I hadn't checked, but as the dev said - it's fixed! Thanks for the simple and useful app once again :) I just updated today and now all I get is a black screen upon opening. It's not frozen as I can back-key out of the app. It was useful before, but no longer :( Push out another fix soon - thanks! (5* for when it was working).

  • (16 stars)

    by Vincent Hackett on 08/04/2013

    :-) ty

  • (16 stars)

    by Suresh Naik B S on 31/03/2013

    Good but not average

  • (16 stars)

    by Brett Cupitt on 12/03/2013

    Works well, fascinating watching the G sensing on different axes work. Neat little app.

  • (16 stars)

    by Brad L on 23/02/2013

    I'm a bit surprised it doesn't access the CPU temperature, but it gets everything else.

  • (16 stars)

    by Jachym Lukes on 09/01/2013

    Check all of your sensors and see, if they work! Awesome app!

  • (16 stars)

    by Shay Clark on 09/01/2013

    This is exactly what I want out of Apps. Quick and responsive interface with no BS. Works well and does exactly what I expect it to. The only thing I would think to add is a description of each sensor and how it's used in other applications.

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