Sensitive Altimeter

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    Sensitive Altimeter

    by: 230 8.4

    8.4 Users



    A mobile device with internal barometric sensor can work as an altimeter, applying the method used in aviation instruments. This app computes altitude from the entered base pressure and the sensor data, showing the result on a digital or three-pointer dial indicator.
    Automatic adjustment uses altimeter settings in weather observation data downloaded from NOAA site.
    Altitude information from satellite navigation systems is not used by this app.

    Barometric sensors in many devices are not calibrated. In this case, sensor reading correction must be configured in the app settings.

    Sensitive Altimeter is absolutely free, it will not display ads or collect personal data. Internet connection is used only for station database update and downloading weather observation data.

    For more information, see the project page.

    Tags: crosshatch flag altimeter , altimeter , barometric sensor , sensitive altimeter , altimeter sensor , automatic barometric adjustment altimeter , barometric altimeter , fast response altimeter , sencitive altimeter

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    Users comments for Sensitive Altimeter

    Vladimir Pavelić

    by Vladimir Pavelić

    Aug 09, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    This is perfect altimetar

    Colin Leitner

    by Colin Leitner

    Apr 07, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Please make it more clear what each box is showing and how the offset works. Please allow locking the offset.

    Ulf Persson

    by Ulf Persson

    Dec 08, 2016  |  "Great"

    But I would like the altitude in m.

    Kris wyrick

    by Kris wyrick

    Sep 16, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    This app is definitely I would recommend it, the developer did an awesome job!

    R L

    by R L

    Sep 07, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Brilliant! Collects no data. Needs no permissions.

    Oliver Schick

    by Oliver Schick

    Aug 27, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Really useful. Biggest issue is picking up weather data so I often find it useful to set a known altitude or pressure before beginning a hike