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dB Meter PRO - sound level meter in your pocket.

Enjoy the exclusive accuracy of sound level measurement with our dB Meter PRO tool.

Save some cash, don't bother buying professional and extremely expensive sound level measuring devices, if you are going to use it in your hobby or as a gadget.Enjoy precise sound level measurement reasonable price.

Get dB Meter PRO sound level measurement tool and enjoy:
- simplicity and convenience of sound level meter use
- accurate measurements comparable with expensive device
(this decibel meter was calibrated with high-precision sound level meter)
- beautiful design

Use dB Meter PRO to check if the environment your are currently in is safe for your health.
Remember that loud sounds can be harmful:

150 dB causes eardrum rupture
130 dB is the noise of a gunshot (close range)
120 dB is the human pain threshold
110 dB may cause serious hearing damage if sustained for longer than 1 hour
100 dB may cause serious hearing damage if sustained for longer than 8 hours
80 dB may cause hearing damage if sustained longer than 8 hours
60 dB is the volume of a typical conversation
50 dB is the volume of a quiet conversation
40 dB is a whisper
20 dB is the threshold of human hearing

Please note that dB Meter PRO is not a replacement for professional sound level measurement devices and it should be used for private purposes only. dB Meter PRO shows only approximate decibel level (dB)/ sound pressure level (SPL).

What’s New

Version 1.2

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Apple Watch is now supported

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Bussaddr ,

Accuracy

Although the advertisement says calibrated with high accuracy meter, this app seems to read 10db less than other apps. Also, no designation whether or not how the measurement is weighted. Most apps have a calibration feature to match the apps reading to another standard ( due to variations in microphone , pick up through various cases etc.). Could be nice but no cigar.

Doc.Dough ,

Max? Peak? Average?

Other than the fact that there is no definition of the terms used (peak, max) or explanation of how they weight the acoustic spectrum as sensed by the iPhone microphone in calculating a sound pressure level, I find it to be an easy to use app for comparing different ambient environments. The accuracy seems to be good and the repeatability excellent. The UI is fairly obvious. I am not sure how they achieve the apparent dynamic range when they are stuck with the limitations of the iPhone sensor.

rickatone ,

watch only mirrors

don't expect your watch to measure noise, it still needs to be done by opening the app on your iPhone, the watch only shows what you see on your iPhone. That is not what I expect.

App Privacy

The developer, Aexol, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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