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Want to know what noise level is around you? in the restaurant? in the train? in the office? This app will show you. +++++ Thank you for the nice comments +++++ Features: - Nice analog display - Take photo with decibels display - Share, print, and store decibel photos Extra Features (with purchase): - Record decibels on beautiful strip charts - Annotate the strip charts - Share, print, and store the strip charts This app uses the internal microphone to estimate the sound pressure level in decibels (dB SPL). Examples: - quiet bedroom at night: 30 dB - average home: 50 dB - vacuum cleaner, 1m away: 70 dB - jet aircraft, 50 m away: 140 dB In case of problems or if you have suggestions please contact the support address provided under "Developer Website".
Recorder does not work
by er777777777777 on 2020/10/01 00:56
While the free app works, do not waste your money. The strip chart recorder does not work
Elegant and Simple
by gring40 on 2019/02/20 16:15
I’ve used this app for years, and have found it quite useful, without distracting bells and whistles. I’ve also corresponded with the developer, and found that the weighting (which is not evident) is broadband. Some of the features of a lab meter would be nice to have, like switchable A- or C-weighting, or averaging vs instantaneous readings. But the app is quick and easy as it is, and ads do not intrude.
Fails at high end
by dmcc339 on 2018/10/13 03:44
At a NASCAR race at Dover it registered 90 when the green flag dropped. We were at the end of the straightaway just before turn 1. The cars came roaring; we were less than 25 meters from the track and the decibel level supposedly only increased to 95. If you’ve ever been that close to a start or restart you know the decibel level is well over a hundred. With head phones off and screaming in your neighbor’s face you cannot hear a word they are screaming!
App blows
by HHwife on 2016/09/15 21:52
This app doesn't work I got this for my class project and I haven't done anything to my phone I haven't dropped it. This app doesn't work at all
I tried multiple...
by johngameropa on 2016/08/12 21:14
I tried multiple (free) versions and I do like this one the best! Simple. Straight to the point.
It used to work, but recently stopped
by Shapnup on 2016/06/11 19:11
I've had this app for a few years and barely used it. I tried several times recently to use it, but to no avail. I'm deleting it and going with a different one. Not sure what the problem is (or was).
Seems pretty accurate
by Dean.787 on 2016/01/28 18:22
I will have my sound engineer look at it. 73#
Could be great
by 1015811414 on 2015/07/17 17:54
But the meter is too slow to respond to the sound level and does not show peak level,
Very Useful but One Request
by Jakomesco on 2014/11/07 16:22
This is great for documenting sound levels but would soar with the addition of a Date and Time and GPS stamp. For noise complaints that would be a crucial addition and put this one above the crowd.
Stopped Working
by I Don't Call it Frisco on 2014/09/23 15:06
Loved this simple app in iOS 5. Doesn't seem to do a thing in iOS 7.
Great! But....
by McMattt on 2014/09/07 20:28
It would be nice if it allowed me to go into a landscape view when I tilt my phone over. Just a a personal preference. And nothing a quick up date can't fix! Thanks!
Good and simple.
by Scroticus on 2014/05/11 14:53
Nuff said.
U can use your CAMERA
by Lanukip on 2014/02/06 16:56
Simple analog meter but you can take a picture of the sound your measuring
nice update
by Jamie_1984 on 2013/10/20 04:33
I’ve been using the old version from time to time to check the loudness of my environment taking screenshots to remember them. Now I can finally add the decibels to an image :) The strip chart recorder is a great addition … very nice interface. The app overall is neatly designed and programmed with an eye for details. Thanks a lot. Nice work!
Don't work with ISO7
by GarySwenson on 2013/10/02 03:55
Loved this app, please fix!
Only works when it wants to.
by Manley E. on 2013/09/06 03:49
As of now, this app is useless.
Works
by NewDad"4&&& on 2013/03/31 21:34
Does what it is supposed to do. I would like to see a maximum readout added. Thanks!
Works great on iPhone 5
by Atlantis_Base on 2012/12/22 22:36
Compared it to a high end db meter and it was with in a 3 db range of my phone. It seems to be closer to a db-c metering style.
Boo
by blue_sway on 2012/11/25 02:46
Didn't work... At all... Just stayed at 60 the whole time...
Update please!!!
by Nick4029 on 2012/11/10 11:15
It comes up 90db when it's really supposed to be around 60db on the iPhone 5 because it has another speaker so plz fix it
Decibel debacle
by Too hasty to download on 2012/08/04 01:37
App crashes every time it's opened. Doesn't appear to do anything but crash. To add to that, its icon doesn't show up anywhere on the iPad so there's no way of getting rid of it! Real waste of time.
Good app
by molallasteve on 2012/07/28 22:16
This app is pretty good
Crash.
by pfbz on 2012/07/27 20:23
100% crash on launch.
Great App
by Sastry C on 2012/07/15 20:40
Very good App.
Useful, Straight-forward Sound App
by JRG Indy on 2012/07/11 02:04
One screen with an analog decibel meter. The steel background looks nice, the needle animation is smooth & realistic. Accurate enough for basic readings. I wish it had a retina display icon. Also, I'd be glad to pay for an Ad-Free version. Thanks, and God bless!
Useless
by Dboyzmom2 on 2012/07/09 17:12
This app doesn't work at all!
Perfect
by McjWhite on 2012/06/30 14:54
Perfect , works as advertised
Does what it says
by Dopek on 2012/06/10 14:17
Measures the db level almost perfectly
Nice
by Rob123457890 on 2012/05/29 01:09
Nice
Thanks!
by mobileappsmith on 2012/05/20 00:00
For people who know what a decibel is and want a quick reading subject to the limitations of an iPhone microphone, this is awesome—it does one thing and it does it with elegance and simplicity.
Pretty accurate and free!
by Jb7777777666666777777 on 2012/05/13 15:28
This app seems to be pretty accurate. I compared it with my Radio Shack meter and it reads within a few db. Only change I would like to see is a digital readout in addition to the analog one. I think a lot of the negative reviews are from people that don't understand how sol meters work... Even in a room you think is "silent" a meter will still read 30-40db...that's just the way it is...
As advertised
by Rotokon on 2012/05/06 02:38
As stated by the other users, it works just fine. I compared it my spl meter and it's almost dead on. Spl is sound pressure level by the way. Like the others said, do your homework!
iOS 4.2.1
by Epic Miner on 2012/05/04 22:24
Doesnt even work with iOS 4.2.1
Not working -iOS5 -3gs
by Thejonpearson on 2012/04/27 17:09
Appears the AT&T 3GS also does not work with this app, at least on iOS 5. Needle sits at 0, occasionally jumps to somewhere in the middle, then drops back to 0.
Works
by Me on the deck on 2012/03/25 12:35
Works perfect. Those other who say the db level is too high don't understand what's a normal level. Come on people, do your research first
Doesn't work
by TOri luvs u on 2012/03/24 14:47
When it's dead quiet it says 50 dec.
Does not go below 40 dB.
by niskytunes on 2012/03/22 02:09
Even in a silent room the needle does not go below 40. What a waste of my time!
Dud app
by Trumpster81 on 2012/03/19 03:36
I had this thing in an area with hundreds of noisy crickets yet the meter was dead at 0 db's what a waste of space !
One is Too many!
by Boer Goat on 2012/03/18 13:55
I run sound at my church of 400, and needed a decibel meter. My sound is set at 79-81 decibels; but according to this ap it's at 90. I even lower my volume to 10% but it was still at 90 decibels. Restarting the ap doesn't help either. Don't bother with this dud ap.
Max
by Slk50 on 2012/03/16 13:18
Maxes out at 97db
Works fine
by TheStoke on 2012/02/25 22:41
You will never see a decibel reading of zero. It does not exist. Go spend $100 on a real decimeter. You will find it works about the same as this app. Before you post, do some research.
Not great
by stubynolegs on 2012/01/11 03:14
Even in silent it sits at 40 decibels. That's as loud as a cough. Needs some work
Accurate & Right Price
by CJGlynn on 2011/12/14 05:28
For those who said that this app is not accurate, pls re-read your definition of dB. A "quiet" room is 30-40dB. A whisper is 50dB. "Noisy" is 85+dB. This FREE app is accurate and awesome. Kudos to the developer. Yes, it could flip when you flip the phone around; it doesn't. So what?! A+
Great. And free!
by JENNIFER MCNALLY on 2011/11/29 03:47
Those of you silly folks who gave this app one or two stars need to google how decibels work and what sounds are measured at. For instance a whisper is 30 db. Normal conversation is around 60 to 80 db. Sounds shouldn't be more than 85db to protect your hearing. This app runs pretty close to accurate. It's gets five stars from me because it's free and looks nice! Worth the space on your device.
Nice!
by mdz0739 on 2011/11/06 00:59
Works great. Thank you for this nice app.
Not even close to being accurate
by WAvara on 2011/10/26 23:24
iPhone 4 w/iOS 4.1 indicates 79 dB in my vehicle without the radio on and A/C fan on low. Actual dB is more like 63. A calibration "trim" adjustment would be a big plus.
Used to work
by Diesel N14 on 2011/10/22 20:12
This app used to work but now it just crashes. I've tried opening and closing, hard restarts, and uninstalling and reinstalling and it just crashes.
Nice
by Samsungaholic on 2011/10/20 00:38
Good work
On what device?
by Bobbiroger on 2011/10/19 11:23
Please, app description-ers; list what devices this app will work with at the beginning of the description. I have iPod touch but many descriptions don't include it even tho it would work fine and does by the way.
Heart reader
by fildez on 2011/10/15 06:11
If you put your mic to the spot where your heart is it shows the heart beats on the needle!
Works great & lools great
by d3f4g5h6 on 2011/10/13 04:02
It does what it says it will, simply and smoothly. It seems accurate for me. Highly recommended. I tried the others and they weren't even close.
Not acuarate
by AustinK612 on 2011/09/24 15:30
I was in my room at 2:00am and it was dead silent, yet this app was reading 50dB minimum! Pros: it's a cool idea and it was free
Works
by Totts on 2011/09/02 14:13
If the reference decibels are correct, then this app is correct. I Think the iPhone mic can only register only up to 100 decibels, but that's loud enough for my throat to handle :)
Great free app
by Pianomanharry on 2011/08/30 22:03
First off, ignore those people who say this app is crap and not accurate. I have dealt with db meters for at least the last 15 years and this app was spot on. Normal conversation in the 3 to 5 foot range is between 60 and 70 db. Lying in your bed or in a quiet library is still in the 30 to 40 db range. This app is a no frills db meter that works!
Not too bad
by boarderofsnow on 2011/08/10 21:08
A whisper is approx 30 db coming from various web sites, so I figure this app is relatively accurate (it said my whisper was 35ish)
Not The Best
by Benjamin.S on 2011/07/29 05:17
I didn't like this application, It doesn't seem to be very accurate. The application may be free but it isn't worth your time.
U guys don't get it
by unwell70 on 2011/07/18 13:51
0 db means that ur in a vacuum like space a quiet room goes about to 40 db this app is pretty good
Gay
by Rhall596 on 2011/07/13 09:28
It is reading 60 db when it is dead silent. My real db meter is reading 3 db from the hum of my UPS device.
It works, it's free, you can't lose
by LouMaag on 2011/07/12 01:13
I am not sure of the actual accuracy; however, it is relatively accurate. What I mean is that a normal room with an air conditioner running is about 40 db, add a conversation across the room and it goes up 10 db or so. Some of the other reviewers have no idea what the decibel meter is supposed to do or how decibels are reported. One guy claims a quiet room should be 0db and rates the app poorly since it was registering 40db in a "quiet room". Also, those complaining about the meter not inverting, you don't need to "point" the microphone at the source of the noise. If you can hear the noise, so can the microphone. Look, if you are looking for an exact db meter for some engineering or legal reason, go get a real db meter for $60 or more. If you are somewhere and you find yourself having difficulty communicating with someone across the table, reach down and try the app to get a general idea of how loud it is where you are.
Great
by H.Eddy on 2011/07/03 03:35
Free and works. So, great!
Impressed!
by pafasdf on 2011/06/13 22:42
Not sure how accurate the readings are (probably reasonably so), but they certainly are internally consistent. Good app.
Very good for free
by Radio5353 on 2011/06/11 02:52
Very clean looking and works very well !!
Works perfect!
by Cstone75009 on 2011/05/29 17:24
I down loaded it to measure the volume of my 78db dishwasher! I had no idea since the new one I am getting is 44.
Grt job!
by rego112x on 2011/05/21 18:40
5 stars for your data visualization....
Muito bom!
by Cirotoscano on 2011/05/19 13:04
É grátis e cumpre com o que propõe!
Gas location
by Tech Maniac on 2011/05/12 22:31
The Murphy gas location for Lenoir City TN shows to be a good two mile further NW of the actual location.
There
by cl2ak4 on 2011/05/03 08:30
Once you start it, it shows some sound intensity level. But there's no other feedback provided, no settings to change, and not even additional information, even about the company that made it.
Decent but needs work
by FWMatt on 2011/03/10 00:28
There are five scales that need to be available for the meter to be useful. This one seems to be working in the C scale. Might be nice if there was an option to be able to select one of the other four scales. Second, the mic is at the bottom of the iPhone so it would also be nice if the meter could be inverted. That way the meter could be read when the mic is pointed in the direction of the sound source.
Doesn't work
by PeadeeGames on 2011/02/22 21:37
Don't waste your time. In perfect silence it wavers between 40-50 dbs and at the shooting range being less than 2 ft from a nine mm pistol only made it jump to 80. A single hand clap brought it to 90. I don't know what this app is but I know what it isn't: a way to measure sound levels with any degree of accuracy.
Horrible db meter
by KoGK skatelyfe on 2011/01/28 01:33
Do not download this meter it is way off by like 50 or so db, its garbage and a waist of space,
Appears to be pretty accurate.
by Dynamitega on 2011/01/15 14:11
For a free app, it does pretty well. It doesn't overreact to sudden noises saying that the dB is 90 when it is clearly not. It hovers a little bit above 30 in a quiet room. Simplistic, but useful.
Nooo
by app getter on 2011/01/06 00:25
It is sensitive to sound and I'm no expert but I think no sound at all should be 0 dB or at least not 60 dB please correct me if I'm wrong.
Doesn't Work
by Beefwellington III on 2010/12/25 20:03
Ap doesn't respond. Just goes to a random value when I open it and doesn't move. Even if it did work, the ap is pretty simplistic. There are far better free db aps all of which have more features then this one. Try one of those instead.
Let down
by Flashredd on 2010/12/12 03:45
This app is worth the price. Constantly shows a reading varying between 70 and 95 db regardless of input. Seriously inaccurate. Does not even pretend to be anywhere close to actual sound levels. Nice analog lay out. Has potential is worked on a little more.
Neat app
by GrumpyGirl on 2010/12/11 06:05
This is a neat little app for the price. I have a suggestion though for later versions if the author reads these comments. I would like to have a resettable peak display preferably in a digital readout. Also a sensitivity adjustment would be nice but I personally think that just adding a resettable peak display would make this app 5-star worthy. Hopefully a new version comes out with that soon.
Stupid
by Xffgvvg on 2010/11/09 05:04
it was not accurate at all when the room was silent it measured 90decibles even though it is free it is junk
Horrible
by 5couches on 2010/10/26 21:44
we are learning about decibles in science and a whisper is suppose to be 15 decibles and when i started whispering it said i was as loud as a vacuum cleaner!! (75 decibles) this is fake!!!
Decent!
by Db-app on 2010/10/25 08:05
Really not bad for a free app! Lacks a lil precision ...
Great app
by Pinmachs on 2010/10/09 20:53
This app. Works great. Wish the screen would flip when you point the mic toward the sound.
Limited
by HannahKaye on 2010/10/02 15:58
It pegs at 100 decibels.
WYSIWYG
by AppDev11 on 2010/09/10 16:43
I have no way to test it's accuracy, but it's a really useful tool to have, especially if you are a musician or audio engineer. Thanks very much!
Great
by Cekla on 2010/08/09 02:57
Simple, and free. Does tell you the noise level in db. Just get it.
Thanks
by Mattvt00 on 2010/08/08 02:13
Free, useful, I like
Worst app there is!!!!
by Tmp3150 on 2010/08/01 08:13
This app isn't accurate at all. It's not even close. Stay far away from it!!!
First
by Matt3822y03750- on 2010/07/30 17:18
Second to review.... Yay cool app
Amusing (beta version?)
by RaDragon on 2010/07/28 06:32
I know it's not accurate but it's fun to find out the approximate decibel level of the room you are in (apparently my fan is a constant 50dB. I might have downloaded a beta version though as there weren't any obtrusive adverts, nor other information, even about the author (not a complaint, just an observation). :)
Amusing (beta version?)
by RaDragon on 2010/07/28 06:32
I know it's not accurate but it's fun to find out the approximate decibel level of the room you are in (apparently my fan is a constant 50dB. I might have downloaded a beta version though as there weren't any obtrusive adverts, nor other information, even about the author (not a complaint, just an observation). :)
Elegant and Simple
by gring40 on 2019/02/20 16:15
I’ve used this app for years, and have found it quite useful, without distracting bells and whistles. I’ve also corresponded with the developer, and found that the weighting (which is not evident) is broadband. Some of the features of a lab meter would be nice to have, like switchable A- or C-weighting, or averaging vs instantaneous readings. But the app is quick and easy as it is, and ads do not intrude.
Fails at high end
by dmcc339 on 2018/10/13 03:44
At a NASCAR race at Dover it registered 90 when the green flag dropped. We were at the end of the straightaway just before turn 1. The cars came roaring; we were less than 25 meters from the track and the decibel level supposedly only increased to 95. If you’ve ever been that close to a start or restart you know the decibel level is well over a hundred. With head phones off and screaming in your neighbor’s face you cannot hear a word they are screaming!
Recorder does not work
by er777777777777 on 2020/10/01 00:56
While the free app works, do not waste your money. The strip chart recorder does not work
It works, it's free, you can't lose
by LouMaag on 2011/07/12 01:13
I am not sure of the actual accuracy; however, it is relatively accurate. What I mean is that a normal room with an air conditioner running is about 40 db, add a conversation across the room and it goes up 10 db or so. Some of the other reviewers have no idea what the decibel meter is supposed to do or how decibels are reported. One guy claims a quiet room should be 0db and rates the app poorly since it was registering 40db in a "quiet room". Also, those complaining about the meter not inverting, you don't need to "point" the microphone at the source of the noise. If you can hear the noise, so can the microphone. Look, if you are looking for an exact db meter for some engineering or legal reason, go get a real db meter for $60 or more. If you are somewhere and you find yourself having difficulty communicating with someone across the table, reach down and try the app to get a general idea of how loud it is where you are.
Pretty accurate and free!
by Jb7777777666666777777 on 2012/05/13 15:28
This app seems to be pretty accurate. I compared it with my Radio Shack meter and it reads within a few db. Only change I would like to see is a digital readout in addition to the analog one. I think a lot of the negative reviews are from people that don't understand how sol meters work... Even in a room you think is "silent" a meter will still read 30-40db...that's just the way it is...
Great. And free!
by JENNIFER MCNALLY on 2011/11/29 03:47
Those of you silly folks who gave this app one or two stars need to google how decibels work and what sounds are measured at. For instance a whisper is 30 db. Normal conversation is around 60 to 80 db. Sounds shouldn't be more than 85db to protect your hearing. This app runs pretty close to accurate. It's gets five stars from me because it's free and looks nice! Worth the space on your device.
On what device?
by Bobbiroger on 2011/10/19 11:23
Please, app description-ers; list what devices this app will work with at the beginning of the description. I have iPod touch but many descriptions don't include it even tho it would work fine and does by the way.
Great free app
by Pianomanharry on 2011/08/30 22:03
First off, ignore those people who say this app is crap and not accurate. I have dealt with db meters for at least the last 15 years and this app was spot on. Normal conversation in the 3 to 5 foot range is between 60 and 70 db. Lying in your bed or in a quiet library is still in the 30 to 40 db range. This app is a no frills db meter that works!
Used to work
by Diesel N14 on 2011/10/22 20:12
This app used to work but now it just crashes. I've tried opening and closing, hard restarts, and uninstalling and reinstalling and it just crashes.
As advertised
by Rotokon on 2012/05/06 02:38
As stated by the other users, it works just fine. I compared it my spl meter and it's almost dead on. Spl is sound pressure level by the way. Like the others said, do your homework!
Accurate & Right Price
by CJGlynn on 2011/12/14 05:28
For those who said that this app is not accurate, pls re-read your definition of dB. A "quiet" room is 30-40dB. A whisper is 50dB. "Noisy" is 85+dB. This FREE app is accurate and awesome. Kudos to the developer. Yes, it could flip when you flip the phone around; it doesn't. So what?! A+
Works great & lools great
by d3f4g5h6 on 2011/10/13 04:02
It does what it says it will, simply and smoothly. It seems accurate for me. Highly recommended. I tried the others and they weren't even close.
Very Useful but One Request
by Jakomesco on 2014/11/07 16:22
This is great for documenting sound levels but would soar with the addition of a Date and Time and GPS stamp. For noise complaints that would be a crucial addition and put this one above the crowd.
Works
by Totts on 2011/09/02 14:13
If the reference decibels are correct, then this app is correct. I Think the iPhone mic can only register only up to 100 decibels, but that's loud enough for my throat to handle :)
Great! But....
by McMattt on 2014/09/07 20:28
It would be nice if it allowed me to go into a landscape view when I tilt my phone over. Just a a personal preference. And nothing a quick up date can't fix! Thanks!
Works
by Me on the deck on 2012/03/25 12:35
Works perfect. Those other who say the db level is too high don't understand what's a normal level. Come on people, do your research first
Works fine
by TheStoke on 2012/02/25 22:41
You will never see a decibel reading of zero. It does not exist. Go spend $100 on a real decimeter. You will find it works about the same as this app. Before you post, do some research.
It used to work, but recently stopped
by Shapnup on 2016/06/11 19:11
I've had this app for a few years and barely used it. I tried several times recently to use it, but to no avail. I'm deleting it and going with a different one. Not sure what the problem is (or was).
Thanks!
by mobileappsmith on 2012/05/20 00:00
For people who know what a decibel is and want a quick reading subject to the limitations of an iPhone microphone, this is awesome—it does one thing and it does it with elegance and simplicity.
I tried multiple...
by johngameropa on 2016/08/12 21:14
I tried multiple (free) versions and I do like this one the best! Simple. Straight to the point.
U can use your CAMERA
by Lanukip on 2014/02/06 16:56
Simple analog meter but you can take a picture of the sound your measuring
Gas location
by Tech Maniac on 2011/05/12 22:31
The Murphy gas location for Lenoir City TN shows to be a good two mile further NW of the actual location.
Works perfect!
by Cstone75009 on 2011/05/29 17:24
I down loaded it to measure the volume of my 78db dishwasher! I had no idea since the new one I am getting is 44.
nice update
by Jamie_1984 on 2013/10/20 04:33
I’ve been using the old version from time to time to check the loudness of my environment taking screenshots to remember them. Now I can finally add the decibels to an image :) The strip chart recorder is a great addition … very nice interface. The app overall is neatly designed and programmed with an eye for details. Thanks a lot. Nice work!
There
by cl2ak4 on 2011/05/03 08:30
Once you start it, it shows some sound intensity level. But there's no other feedback provided, no settings to change, and not even additional information, even about the company that made it.
Does what it says
by Dopek on 2012/06/10 14:17
Measures the db level almost perfectly
Works
by NewDad"4&&& on 2013/03/31 21:34
Does what it is supposed to do. I would like to see a maximum readout added. Thanks!
Not too bad
by boarderofsnow on 2011/08/10 21:08
A whisper is approx 30 db coming from various web sites, so I figure this app is relatively accurate (it said my whisper was 35ish)
Works great on iPhone 5
by Atlantis_Base on 2012/12/22 22:36
Compared it to a high end db meter and it was with in a 3 db range of my phone. It seems to be closer to a db-c metering style.
WYSIWYG
by AppDev11 on 2010/09/10 16:43
I have no way to test it's accuracy, but it's a really useful tool to have, especially if you are a musician or audio engineer. Thanks very much!
Seems pretty accurate
by Dean.787 on 2016/01/28 18:22
I will have my sound engineer look at it. 73#
Impressed!
by pafasdf on 2011/06/13 22:42
Not sure how accurate the readings are (probably reasonably so), but they certainly are internally consistent. Good app.
Great app
by Pinmachs on 2010/10/09 20:53
This app. Works great. Wish the screen would flip when you point the mic toward the sound.
Useful, Straight-forward Sound App
by JRG Indy on 2012/07/11 02:04
One screen with an analog decibel meter. The steel background looks nice, the needle animation is smooth & realistic. Accurate enough for basic readings. I wish it had a retina display icon. Also, I'd be glad to pay for an Ad-Free version. Thanks, and God bless!
One is Too many!
by Boer Goat on 2012/03/18 13:55
I run sound at my church of 400, and needed a decibel meter. My sound is set at 79-81 decibels; but according to this ap it's at 90. I even lower my volume to 10% but it was still at 90 decibels. Restarting the ap doesn't help either. Don't bother with this dud ap.
Heart reader
by fildez on 2011/10/15 06:11
If you put your mic to the spot where your heart is it shows the heart beats on the needle!
Update please!!!
by Nick4029 on 2012/11/10 11:15
It comes up 90db when it's really supposed to be around 60db on the iPhone 5 because it has another speaker so plz fix it
Decibel debacle
by Too hasty to download on 2012/08/04 01:37
App crashes every time it's opened. Doesn't appear to do anything but crash. To add to that, its icon doesn't show up anywhere on the iPad so there's no way of getting rid of it! Real waste of time.
Great
by Cekla on 2010/08/09 02:57
Simple, and free. Does tell you the noise level in db. Just get it.
U guys don't get it
by unwell70 on 2011/07/18 13:51
0 db means that ur in a vacuum like space a quiet room goes about to 40 db this app is pretty good
Grt job!
by rego112x on 2011/05/21 18:40
5 stars for your data visualization....
Nice!
by mdz0739 on 2011/11/06 00:59
Works great. Thank you for this nice app.
Could be great
by 1015811414 on 2015/07/17 17:54
But the meter is too slow to respond to the sound level and does not show peak level,
App blows
by HHwife on 2016/09/15 21:52
This app doesn't work I got this for my class project and I haven't done anything to my phone I haven't dropped it. This app doesn't work at all
Very good for free
by Radio5353 on 2011/06/11 02:52
Very clean looking and works very well !!
Not even close to being accurate
by WAvara on 2011/10/26 23:24
iPhone 4 w/iOS 4.1 indicates 79 dB in my vehicle without the radio on and A/C fan on low. Actual dB is more like 63. A calibration "trim" adjustment would be a big plus.
Perfect
by McjWhite on 2012/06/30 14:54
Perfect , works as advertised
Not The Best
by Benjamin.S on 2011/07/29 05:17
I didn't like this application, It doesn't seem to be very accurate. The application may be free but it isn't worth your time.