Accelerometer Toy

Accelerometer Toy


A simple graphing app that tracks the output of an Android device's accelerometers over time. The graph will track any twists, turns, and bumps the device "feels", and the graph data can be saved and opened in a desktop spreadsheet program.

Recent changes:
v1.0.10:
- Fixes a problem where the menu icon would not appear on tablets running Android 4.2.x, such as the Nexus 4. (Thanks to Mark for reporting this problem!)

Upcoming features!
- An interface design more suited to Android 4.x
- Real-time saving and streaming of accelerometer data

v1.0.9:
- Fixes a problem where, on some devices, multiple lines of data might share the same time stamp.
- Time stamps now show the number of milliseconds since the first line of data.
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Free
85
4.3
User ratings
48
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
153 kb
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About Accelerometer Toy
A simple graphing app that tracks the output of an Android device's accelerometers over time. The graph will track any twists, turns, and bumps the device "feels", and the graph data can be saved and opened in a desktop spreadsheet program.

Recent changes:
v1.0.10:
- Fixes a problem where the menu icon would not appear on tablets running Android 4.2.x, such as the Nexus 4. (Thanks to Mark for reporting this problem!)

Upcoming features!
- An interface design more suited to Android 4.x
- Real-time saving and streaming of accelerometer data

v1.0.9:
- Fixes a problem where, on some devices, multiple lines of data might share the same time stamp.
- Time stamps now show the number of milliseconds since the first line of data.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 9, 2015
star....
A Google User
Oct 31, 2014
Very cool.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Nice toy, menu button missing The menu button I'm hearing about is missing on my HTC One M7, Android 4.4.3 and Sense 6.0.
A Google User
May 22, 2014
Good A very good app but will suggest the developer/s following would have been better if a pause button was there the time stepping i got is 10 ms, that means the max frequency can be measured is 10 Hz its a limitation, dont understand the units used as 'g' its may be acceleration level
A Google User
Nov 22, 2013
Works pretty well I'd like to know 2 things: 1- In which units does it graphics? Hz? Or what's the meaning for the +-1g, 2g etc 2- for how long can it save results?
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