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Tools | 18.3MB | Update: 2019-04-27 | Version: 2.0.1 | Requires: Android4.1 or later

Price: $0

Here provides top Free Android Apps. 30,000+ users downloaded SoundPrint latest version on 9Apps for free every week! With unexpected, recently it has become very popular in India. This hot app was released on 2019-04-26. You can see more apps release recently on 9Apps.
Want to find a quiet restaurant, bar, coffee shop or venue where you can actually hear your date, colleague, or partner? SoundPrint’s allows you to rate the loudness of the venue and submit (crowdsource) that data to the database. You then can search for venues based on how quiet or noisy they are.
+ Search for venues based on their noise level (i.e. quiet, moderate, or noisy)
+ Rate the noise level of a venue
+ Submit the rating of a venue to SoundPrint’s database
Important note:
SoundPrint for Android is currently a *read-only* version of the app as we're working on implementing a decibel meter for Android. Microphones across numerous Android hardware devices vary in quality and accuracy, hence making calibration difficult (whereas the iOS system has more accurate and consistent microphones and software standards).
The current Android version is released to allow Android users to search for venues while still contributing to the community by submitting "subjective-based" noise ratings while we are working on getting the actual decibel meter accurate.

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What's new

SoundPrint comes to Android!
Want to find your quiet place where you can actually hear others? You can subjectively rate a venue's noise level and submit it to the database. Then search for venues based on how quiet or noisy they are.
The initial SoundPrint Android version has a subjective noise rating system. We aim to produce an objective decibel meter in the future (microphones across Android devices make accurate calibration difficult).

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