Used to be good 1/5
Haven’t used it in months. Pulled it out and pop ups galore. So I’m closing. Then... I’ve accidentally purchased the pro version. Probably poor design, not a scam but, really annoying. And the newer interface wasn’t nearly as good as I remember.
Nice app 5/5
By KING REX BCW
I like it It works well it has no issues
Travis Pittman - private user 5/5
Great to use at a college basketball game and concerts to see readings for yourself at how loud the noise can be in a closed space
Was going fine until the “gotcha” payment 1/5
I did not intend to purchase the pro version. After I updated my free trial the app began continuously popping up a request for payment for the pro version. On one of the occasions I tired to exit the payment screen it took my thumbprint for payment. This is what we call a “gotcha” in the industry.
I would like a refund ASAP.
Uninstalled for lack of trust.
How do I cancel this membership 1/5
Excellent app! 5/5
By i phq2
I have tried several different apps and this is by far the best yet. Very user friendly, minimal adds, and helpful information. Thank you for the time and effort you expended making this app. Bravo!!
Great Asset to have 5/5
Been a great tool for use in my plant. Make use of it very often throughout the Plant. Always available wherever I may be for a quick assessment
Good app 5/5
I like how it compares the level with an everyday sound. Nice presentation.
Great app 5/5
Definitely worth the upgrade to pro. It is a very valuable tool to have as manufacturing engineer.
Merry Christmas 5/5
Thx for changing your app for holiday
All-around bad application - watch for the pop-ups!! 1/5
The basic dB meter itself seems to work okay but isn’t going to tell you much more than your own ears can likely figure out. I was hoping to be able to detect very high pitched sounds but that doesn’t seem to happen.
The worst part though is the pop-ups to purchase the several different pro versions. If you press the home button to back out of it with a phone that confirms purchases with your finger print, you end up paying for whatever “pro” version pop-up they are showing... and there are seemingly endless “pro” options. This feels very deliberate and appears to be a scam. I ended up with a $10 purchase I had no intention of making and still get prompted non-stop for more purchases!
Avoid this app!!!!
Love it 5/5
Gives examples of the current noise level such a “normal conversation “ or “heavy traffic” and it is accurate with it. I always get what i am doing as noise level( traffic when i am driving, conv when i am talking etc).
I use this app to measure lots of different things like I used it to measure how loud my air compressor is. It is accurate and useable 5 stars
It works 5/5
I want to measure background noise out my life and I think it does the job.
Won’t let you save the recording unless you pay the ridiculous cost of 9.99. Won’t use this app again.
By Northglenn Reader
No clear way to save recordings
Doesn’t work 1/5
Glitchy. Buttons wouldn’t work
App measures sound levels well 3/5
The program lacks useful easy to understand directions. Deleting old saved measurements does not work .
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This program is really misrebal I would like to rate it 1 star
Love this!! 5/5
Impressive and I really like the Apple Watch app!! Makes it very simple to do sound calibrations from a distance.
Amazing app 5/5
Amazing functions and well designed
I like it a lot. 5/5
By DC Centurion
A spectrographic analyzer like this used to cost thousands of dollars and then hundreds of dollars and now this.
Dosent work , don’t waste time
Decibel meter 3/5
I like this app but it constantly barges in with buying an upgrade. Very annoying. I know I can close this but it happens way too often
Don’t buy 1/5
By Nine Inch Nels
This was an accidental purchase I asked for a refund. They never responded.
Super usefull 4/5
By Petar Sladojević
Free version gives good minimum of smart usage.
I don’t think it’s the app that isn’t accurate 4/5
As my title says I don’t believe the app is inaccurate, I think it’s the devices. Obviously iPhones weren’t developed to be accurate measuring tools. Just think about how your voice sounds when you record it through the phone onto something like GarageBand? It sounds like dog poo, so yeah, that’s what the app has to work with. Based on the fact that the measurements are done with a mic diaphragm the size of a BB I think it does a great job. I do wish they would tell everyone these things though so people aren’t disappointed, thus the 4 stars. I know it should be totally obvious it’s a freakin app on a phone, but people seem to think they should get Lamborghini performance out of there Camry.....
Solid RTA makes the app a steal 5/5
I’d been kind of disappointed with other free SP level phone apps, and decided to give this one a try because of the free trial.
I didn’t realize til after opening it up that there’s an FFT frequency analyzer Function in the app native, and it was an instant game changer for running live sound. I consider myself to have a good ear for frequencies but this app takes out all the guess work of finding feedback frequencies so I can get right to the fun part of the job.
One issue I had, compared to any professional standalone SPL meters, this app measures somewhere between 5-10 dB lower on my phone compared to the hardware meter. I adjusted the calibration in the settings page, so it seems fine now, but i thought it needed to be said.
Anyway, best 3 bucks I’ve ever spent on an app. More than worth it, you’ll dig it.
Questionable sensitivity and lack of support 1/5
No matter where I am over an allowed it always reads a decibel around 30 to 38. I think that it does not seem to be working very well. And there is no one to talk to to figure out how to fix it.
Not happy 1/5
Everything is so dark I can’t see anything, and I have no control of the app
Very good 5/5
By Tracey Yousef
It works and is pretty fun to see how loud your environment is. Can also he usefull :3
app gets 10/10 5/5
By Dickk Moultryy
Used it to prove how loud the wife snored cause she said she didn't sound like a jack hammer , proved me right :))
Just what I needed 5/5
By Otto Duggan
Used it to balance all the speakers in our church. Sound system sounds natural now. I used a white noise MP3 at -6 db level on our music computer for a source. Thanks!
Great tool! 5/5
Pretty cool meter. This could really help with the hearing loss we are seeing these days.
By King Pulliamm
I never see app like that.. I kiss your hands... thank you..... ohhh my god thanks to guide me to download this appss...
Great app 5/5
By Edison Machinn
A useful app for assessing ambient noise. Highly recommended to see just what is going on in your environment!
By Toney Happell
I think I need to calibrate on my phone because base noise is 40 db in a quiet room.
very BAD 1/5
don't work in pro mode
Complete Scam 1/5
Protecting my ears! 5/5
By Amodei Studios
I love using this app to make sure when to use ear protection. ( I’m a Recording Engineer so need to hear all frequencies😊🙏)
downloaded twice. It shutdown immediately 🙁
Not accurate 1/5
First of all, not a very sensitive or fast as some other apps. There is difference of almost 12-15 dB between iPhone and iPad measurement. The app keeps pushing for more expensive additional programs. Not worth even the lowest price.
Tricks you into accidentally buying pro 1/5
By tinkle Von winkle
Also no ios device has a calibrated mic, it reads aboit 10db low across all devices I’ve used, and the spectrometer isn’t sufficient for correcting audio problems in a mixer
Great works well