Smart Tools co.
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
by h christ on 19/11/2014
Totally inaccurate...going to uninstall
by Craig Hower on 09/11/2014
I work in theatre and sometimes its just helpful to know what the levels of a particular effect or sound cue may be. Thanks to this app, I was also able to determine how loud it got in the wings during the closing number of One Night With Janis Joplin. 103 db is impressive.
by ronnie Villa on 08/11/2014
I used the lite version for 5 minutes, that's all it took for me to get the pro version. Very happy
by Lily Davison on 24/10/2014
Quite happy with it. Does what it says.
by Jim Walsh on 19/10/2014
I have the pro version. In the screen shots, the notification bar is visible, but on my phone the app takes up the whole screen. I need to see the clock! Also, long pressing to reset doesn't always work. Why not just add a visible reset button? Otherwise it seems to work well.
by Jim Perkins on 14/10/2014
Disappointed that the decible level does not go high enough to record harmful hearing levels. If you have a meter that can measure high levels of heavy equipment noise please let me know.
by Wanthuyr Filho on 12/10/2014
Also hard to calibrate.
by Дмитрий Ефименко on 11/10/2014
Поскольку отдельный девайс достаточно дорог, то этот вариант, как никогда, весьма полезен!
by Christoffer Lundgren on 09/10/2014
Works as it should, except that the time scale doesn't change! It says for instance 240 minuter but it takes just 30 s to get there.
by Mounasamy Mathurageethan on 04/10/2014
Nice and effective tool.
by Justin Aquino on 01/10/2014
I didnt know how much of the stress I feel comes from noise polution until I can measure it. since there are many fake and misleading sound proofing materials this is invaluable.
by logan jenkins on 27/09/2014
Rated against actual decibal meter.Doesnt go above 82 db. Everyone posting getting above that are using the plus minus in calibration. The mic on your phone wont read much higher anyways...
by Bret Gagnon on 23/09/2014
I work in an industrial environment. This works great as a general tool for basic sound readings when the calibrated meter is unavailable.
by Nadine Clyde on 21/09/2014
by John Hounslow on 19/09/2014
Seems to be quite sensitive, however it won't register above 82db on my Note3...