AtmosphereLogger icon


    by: 191 8.2

    8.2 Users



    This app logs atmospheric pressure by using device's barometer.

    This needs device that has pressure sensor.

    Tags: galaxy nexus pressure sensor , barometer unit of measurement , jeff macedone , logger application , barometer noise , barometer logger , barometer measurement units , galaxy nexus pressure sensor apps , atmospherelogger

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    Users comments for AtmosphereLogger

    Georgescu Cristi

    by Georgescu Cristi

    Sep 25, 2017  |  "Poor"

    no export data.pour calibration menu.have 2 screens to show same data.use space to show temperature and humidity at the same time.till no without calibrations(for all sensor) is no use.

    Alf Onico

    by Alf Onico

    Mar 12, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Sony Xperia Active with Android 4.04. Free, no adds, simple, clear., highly readable even on my tiny screen It is just a barograph displaying the raw pressure sensor data. X and Y axis labels are clear and well spaced. X and Y grid lines are clear and well spaced..It is possible to move on the graph to see past recorded values. Reasonable foot print: SD storage: 2.1 MB, internal storage almost nothing, cached process memory 2.3 MB. I have been using it for only 1 day. I therefore cannot comment on the remark done by one user concerning the application stopping after 13 days. Thanks to the developer.

    Meyer Captor

    by Meyer Captor

    Feb 08, 2017  |  "Good"

    Not compatibal with Android 7, but UI seems good(other barometer apps can't log).

    Michelle Teh

    by Michelle Teh

    Sep 27, 2016  |  "Poor"

    It doesn't seem to work with Android 5.1.1

    Chris Foster

    by Chris Foster

    Aug 22, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I find this the best Barometric pressure app that I have tried. No noticeable impact on battery life! Wish there was a widget to quickly glance at the trends on the home screen without opening the app and a numeric display of the current pressure. Hope the developers continue developing it.

    Brian Gregory

    by Brian Gregory

    Aug 09, 2016  |  "Good"

    Still massive amounts of noise on the graph. How often is is logging anyway? It doesn't seem to be stated anywhere!