NoiseWatch

NoiseWatch


Listen up. Environmental noise is one of the most present pollutants in the world today, with potential negative impacts on your health. The Noise Meter uses a built in microphone on your hand held device to determine the level of sounds it detects, and displays this in decibels (dB). It has been designed solely to measure noise levels wherever you are.

Send your readings to be displayed on the NoiseWatch web app at the Eye on Earth global public information service for creating and sharing environmental information.

Key feature:
Calibrated noise meter

Recent changes:
* Improvements of the user interface
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3.9
User ratings
131
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
8379 kb
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About NoiseWatch
Listen up. Environmental noise is one of the most present pollutants in the world today, with potential negative impacts on your health. The Noise Meter uses a built in microphone on your hand held device to determine the level of sounds it detects, and displays this in decibels (dB). It has been designed solely to measure noise levels wherever you are.

Send your readings to be displayed on the NoiseWatch web app at the Eye on Earth global public information service for creating and sharing environmental information.

Key feature:
Calibrated noise meter

Recent changes:
* Improvements of the user interface

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A Google User
Mar 7, 2014
low microphone input seems way too low... a drill into concrete 20meters away IS LOUDER than 20db! Measured with Moto X.
A Google User
Jan 3, 2014
Low values - inaccurate Sorry this has not been calibrated.
A Google User
Oct 14, 2013
great very useful thanks
A Google User
Sep 6, 2013
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A Google User
Jul 27, 2013
dBa level is too low compared to other sound level meters. Needs Calibration profile per each device model or manual calibration method. dBa as well as flat dBspl measurement modes as dBa sound weighting does not include noise below 1000 Hz that effects health, as documented in many countries.