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Decibel Meter Pro

Decibel Meter Pro

Performance Audio

Measure the sounds around you professionally and accurately!

4.6 Ratings 6K+ Reviews

About Decibel Meter Pro

Measure the sounds around you professionally and accurately!
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
5.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    76+%
  2. 4
    16+%
  3. 3
    3+%
  4. 2
    1+%
  5. 1
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  • Only okay Apr 26, 2018

    By GlichGSs07369
    The meter works, but it’s only useful in the moment. It doesn’t track or hold any info. For instance, if you want to know how many decibels you were exposed to during the last hour, this is useless. #1, it only stays on as long as your screen is set up to stay awake, so to test an hour-long music class, for example, you’d have to change your phone settings to never auto-lock. #2, it will show the max decibel in whatever time period you left the display open, but there’s no way to see how long the sound stayed at that decibel. So let’s say the dial says the max was 103 decibels. Well, the World Health Org says you won’t get hearing damage if that 103 decibels was for less than 45 seconds, but unless you were staring at the dial for the entire time and counting in your head, you would have no clue what that max # means. If you leave the screen for any reason, like to answer a call, it resets to zero. It doesn’t test what the actual metric of hearing damage is measured by: both decibels and length of exposure
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  • Great app May 24, 2018

    By Calmar75
    I am a music teacher and also play on a band. Needless to say my ears are very important to me. I use the app to help my students realize just how loud they are playing. I use the with the band to find dead spots in the rooms we play so we can have better speaker placement
    more
  • Great app for audiophiles and others Dec 25, 2016

    By Kenaz Filan
    If you're trying to get your speakers placed Just Right this app will help you spot dead zones and bright reflective spots. As an added bonus it is a great tool in teaching your child the difference between talking and yelling. Highly recommended.
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  • Best Value Sep 5, 2019

    By L. A. Brown
    This app saved me hundreds of dollars. I got a ticket for loud pipes on my motorcycle so I use this application and I have a dozen other common sound levels, among them a 50 mL Vespa scooter, a household blender and a vacuum to show that they’re standard for a noise level was excessive and I beat the ticket.
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  • Decibel meter pro May 5, 2018

    By markWWs
    I love using this app! It is accurate, dependable and very easy to use. I use it wherever I go in the classroom, concert hall or different various venues that have loud sound. It is a great reference to determine if you are in an environment that is safe for your ears. I love this app!
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  • Nags Me To Rate As Soon as I Open It Dec 26, 2016

    By Seattle Rex
    After paying & before I even measure a single sound, Dev wants me to do more for him. Screw what I want or need, my phone should be used for his benefit and I should write an ad without even seeing the app. Well, alright, this is my honest experience so far. I rated. I did what you asked, accurately and honestly. We good now? Can I use my phone for me now or do you want anything else? Pop up and let me know if I can do anything else for you.
    more
  • Do not update or Purchase Jan 15, 2017

    By 'Austin'
    Was a 5 star audio testing utility prior to its update which has severely crippled the functionality and usability experience making a simple task like a Tone Sweep cumbersome and annoying. Check out Signal Generator by Media Punk Studios for a fantastic audio testing utility, which closely resembles this applications interface before it was updated and destroyed.
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  • Great app May 24, 2018

    By Calmar75
    I am a music teacher and also play on a band. Needless to say my ears are very important to me. I use the app to help my students realize just how loud they are playing. I use the with the band to find dead spots in the rooms we play so we can have better speaker placement
    more
  • Great app for audiophiles and others Dec 25, 2016

    By Kenaz Filan
    If you're trying to get your speakers placed Just Right this app will help you spot dead zones and bright reflective spots. As an added bonus it is a great tool in teaching your child the difference between talking and yelling. Highly recommended.
    more
  • Best Value Sep 5, 2019

    By L. A. Brown
    This app saved me hundreds of dollars. I got a ticket for loud pipes on my motorcycle so I use this application and I have a dozen other common sound levels, among them a 50 mL Vespa scooter, a household blender and a vacuum to show that they’re standard for a noise level was excessive and I beat the ticket.
    more
  • Decibel meter pro May 5, 2018

    By markWWs
    I love using this app! It is accurate, dependable and very easy to use. I use it wherever I go in the classroom, concert hall or different various venues that have loud sound. It is a great reference to determine if you are in an environment that is safe for your ears. I love this app!
    more
  • Great App, works perfectly and I keep finding new uses Oct 15, 2017

    By xMontaigne
    Fun and useful! Just used the app to decide on a new car for my wife, who is sensitive to noise. Even though I don't use it professionally, I keep finding handy uses for it.

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  • Only okay Apr 26, 2018

    By GlichGSs07369
    The meter works, but it’s only useful in the moment. It doesn’t track or hold any info. For instance, if you want to know how many decibels you were exposed to during the last hour, this is useless. #1, it only stays on as long as your screen is set up to stay awake, so to test an hour-long music class, for example, you’d have to change your phone settings to never auto-lock. #2, it will show the max decibel in whatever time period you left the display open, but there’s no way to see how long the sound stayed at that decibel. So let’s say the dial says the max was 103 decibels. Well, the World Health Org says you won’t get hearing damage if that 103 decibels was for less than 45 seconds, but unless you were staring at the dial for the entire time and counting in your head, you would have no clue what that max # means. If you leave the screen for any reason, like to answer a call, it resets to zero. It doesn’t test what the actual metric of hearing damage is measured by: both decibels and length of exposure
    more

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  • Nags Me To Rate As Soon as I Open It Dec 26, 2016

    By Seattle Rex
    After paying & before I even measure a single sound, Dev wants me to do more for him. Screw what I want or need, my phone should be used for his benefit and I should write an ad without even seeing the app. Well, alright, this is my honest experience so far. I rated. I did what you asked, accurately and honestly. We good now? Can I use my phone for me now or do you want anything else? Pop up and let me know if I can do anything else for you.
    more
  • Do not update or Purchase Jan 15, 2017

    By 'Austin'
    Was a 5 star audio testing utility prior to its update which has severely crippled the functionality and usability experience making a simple task like a Tone Sweep cumbersome and annoying. Check out Signal Generator by Media Punk Studios for a fantastic audio testing utility, which closely resembles this applications interface before it was updated and destroyed.
    more

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