Sound Meter Pro

Sound Meter Pro


(3 stars)


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50,000 - 100,000 downloads

  • Light weighted
  • Free, no ads
  • Halfway a curiosity and a tool.
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Expert's Review

"Shut up"

Reviewed by / May 31, 2012

Measure environmental noise.

Sound Meter is just one of those apps you would have never imagined we ever have. Not so many years ago, sound meters belong to cops knocking on your door at your college parties and brainy technicians and physicists talking about sound waves. At some point within, there were those clap'o'meters used in fancy TV shows and roadhouse amateur contests. Who was able to tell that your phone would be able to measure decibels?

Honestly, it isn't a panacea, so if you actually work on something important, this app won't be precise enough and it can be easily deceived. Anyway, even when it gets lost when there's too much noise and it seems to haphazardly give results when in silence, it's a great idea and worthy of being installed. As it's lightweighted there's no harm in having it, because one never knows when it may be useful.

This a Pro version comes with added features (stats...) and no ads.

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Developer's original description available here
Sound Meter Pro is the 4th set of Smart Tools® collection (noise, vibration, seismometer).

SPL(sound pressure level) meter app uses your built-in microphone to measure noise volume in decibels(db), and shows a reference. We had calibrated many android devices with the actual sound level meter with dB(A).

REMEMBER!! The smart phone microphones were aligned to human voice (300-3400Hz, 40-60dB).
Therefore the maximum values are LIMITED by the hardware limitation, and very loud sound(100+ db) cannot be recognized. Moto Droid (max.100), Galaxy S3 (81dB), Galaxy Note (91dB), Galaxy S2 (98dB), HTC Desire(82dB)...

Vibrometer app uses the phone sensors to measure vibration or the earthquake, and it shows a reference as a seism detector.

The measured values are the Modified Mercalli Intensity scale(MMI), and just for reference.
If it is inaccurate, you can calibrate it so that the maximum value is about 10-11.

* Pro version added Features:
- Sound Meter and Vibrometer are integrated
- Statistic menu with saving log data
- CSV file exporting
- Level notification
- Line-chart duration
- More models are calibrated
- No ads

* Do you want more tools?
Get [Smart Tools] package.

For more information, see the manual, Youtube video and the blog. Thank you.

** Not Compatible with: Xperia(X10 mini), LG(Optimus One, P350), GT-I9001, ZTE, etc

** No internet support : You can open this app without any connection. After installation, open the app several times with your device connect to WI-FI or a 3G/4G connection.

Recently changed in this version

- v2.4.9a: Minor fix. Theme -> B/W.
- v2.4.8 : More models calibrated. Minor fix.
- v2.4.6 : SGS5 support.
- v2.4.5 : Screen capture update.

Lists with Sound Meter Pro

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Comments and ratings for Sound Meter Pro
  • (54)

    by Bryan Compton on 11/01/2015

    Use this app every Sunday as I run the sound board at church. Without it sound would get too loud.

  • (54)

    by James McCord on 08/01/2015

    I use this app for work to help tune sound systems. It works fantastically. For people with decibel questions the app is limited by your phones microphone. Phone microphones are designed to capture the human voice. The FAQ for the app has an explanation and if I recall a list of tested phones.

  • (54)

    by Daniel Hutanu on 06/01/2015

    Love it

  • (54)

    by larry heilman on 03/01/2015

    It won't open, so cant rate it, sorry

  • (54)

    by Michelle Johnson on 01/01/2015

    Why doesn't it go over 90 dB? And why does it register me shaking my device as an earthquake?

  • (54)

    by Luckas Rossato on 26/12/2014

    Why mine goes up to 90 dB?? Thanks

  • (54)

    by Richard Demy on 23/12/2014


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