EMF Sensor Free

EMF Sensor Free


Use the magnetic field sensor on your phone to take EMF readings. Works like a 3 axis EMF meter. Displays EMF in milli Gauss (mG) or micro Tesla (uT). Uses include ghost hunting, paranormal research, finding sources of EMF radiation, monitoring EMF levels, and/or curiosity.

Instructions for use:
Preferences can be found by pressing the menu button. Many display options are available to customize what is on the screen.
The range on the meter can be changed in the options or by sliding your finger up or down on the screen. The left side of the screen adjusts the minimum, the right side adjusts the maximum. You can lock or unlock touch adjustments through the menu.
Custom color values can be set for the text. Sound can be enabled and customized in preferences, default is off. This will play a tone at a rate determined by the EMF reading, similar to a Geiger counter.
More detailed Instructions are available from the menu within the app.

Added Features in Paid Version:
Full Graph functionality
Baseline Mode
Auto Ranging Function
No Ads

This app was designed to be lightweight, fast, and free of gimmicks. Please email any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas. If you have any problems, please use email as this is the only way I will know how to reach you.

tags:
emf meter, emf detector, electromagnetic field, magnetic field, ghost, ghost hunting, paranormal, spirits, ghosts, entities, halloween, plotted graph

Recent changes:
basic graph added
sound threshold
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About EMF Sensor Free
Use the magnetic field sensor on your phone to take EMF readings. Works like a 3 axis EMF meter. Displays EMF in milli Gauss (mG) or micro Tesla (uT). Uses include ghost hunting, paranormal research, finding sources of EMF radiation, monitoring EMF levels, and/or curiosity.

Instructions for use:
Preferences can be found by pressing the menu button. Many display options are available to customize what is on the screen.
The range on the meter can be changed in the options or by sliding your finger up or down on the screen. The left side of the screen adjusts the minimum, the right side adjusts the maximum. You can lock or unlock touch adjustments through the menu.
Custom color values can be set for the text. Sound can be enabled and customized in preferences, default is off. This will play a tone at a rate determined by the EMF reading, similar to a Geiger counter.
More detailed Instructions are available from the menu within the app.

Added Features in Paid Version:
Full Graph functionality
Baseline Mode
Auto Ranging Function
No Ads

This app was designed to be lightweight, fast, and free of gimmicks. Please email any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas. If you have any problems, please use email as this is the only way I will know how to reach you.

tags:
emf meter, emf detector, electromagnetic field, magnetic field, ghost, ghost hunting, paranormal, spirits, ghosts, entities, halloween, plotted graph

Recent changes:
basic graph added
sound threshold

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User reviews of EMF Sensor Free
Can't. Get going
Feb 28, 2014
Works as good as your phone's sensor. I like the dynamic or fixed range settings. Easy to read display. Sometimes gets stuck on high reading at startup but corrects itself after a few seconds.
Sep 21, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Just like the others Makes a great magnetic detector.
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Reading hardly varies Second gen Nexus 7 gave same reading 1/2 mi from high tension lines as it did directly underneath them. Our bicycles were vibrating from the field (you could actually feel it in the handlebars!), but the software gave the same 500 milligauss average reading that it did when we were far away. Perhaps it has to do with this device, so beware Nexus owners.
A Google User
Aug 28, 2014
I would believe that this is actually doing what it is advertised to do if I understood how my phone was able to do it. Please get back to me.
A Google User
Aug 28, 2014
Only goes off near an electrical or magnetic outlet. Dont waste your time. Buy the real thing, not an app
A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Just fun not a real emf detector