Sound Meter



    Sound Meter's review

    Published: 2012-05-31, by Peter Warrior.

    Measure environmental noise.

    • Light weighted
    • Free, no ads
    • Halfway a curiosity and a tool.

    "Shut up"

    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.

    There's a Pro version with added features and no ads.

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    May 31, 2012

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    Triven venu

    by Triven venu

    Aug 18, 2017  |  "Great"

    Ok good

    mohan mali

    by mohan mali

    Aug 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Ath. Palaskas

    by Ath. Palaskas

    Aug 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Really does what it should

    Kashiaras Sir

    by Kashiaras Sir

    Aug 15, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Very userful app

    amit kumar

    by amit kumar

    Aug 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Wadiya app

    D R

    by D R

    Aug 12, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Work as it suppose to do for Samsung Note with nice layout, very useful for me. But seem to have many similar exact copy cat apps now. Huawei phone & Asus tablet are both offset by 10~20dB higher, not developer issues. Different phone come with different sensors & quality, so the measurement can be different. Once calibrated, almost there. Don't expect much from cheap Huawei or Asus, many sensors even magnetometer is not present so do not be surprise when features like compass not working.