Noise, noise everwhere - nowhere to think
Decibel Meter Review
by on January 26, 2012
Ever wondered how loud you grunt during bedroom fun times? Well, now there’s a handy application for it – although probably will lead to a quick termination of said enjoyable experiences should you whip your phone out during.
The decibel meter is as simple as it sounds, telling you how loud your surroundings are with an easy to read speedometer design.
A selection of images also scroll across the top of the screen as the sound gets louder and softer, with pictures of things like the radio, speech and an insect to show you VISUALLY what the noise level represents. (Although we didn’t know this was what it was initially… we just thought it was a surreal representation of life or something).
The only real downside to the application is actually one that makes sense – you need to be in a silent room to calibrate the sensor, according to the app when your first fire it up. However, we found just holding a finger over the microphone will be enough to get it pretty accurate if you’ve not got any silent surroundings to test on.
There’s not a lot more to it, but that’s no bad thing – want to know the noise level, get this app. Simple.
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