Want to find a quiet restaurant, bar, coffee shop or venue where you can actually hear your date, colleague, or partner? SoundPrint’s own decibel (noise) meter allows you to measure 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)
+ Measure the decibel, sound, or noise level of any venue
+ Submit the decibel level measurement of a venue to SoundPrint’s database
Please note that SoundPrint is not a replacement for a professional device and should be used for general sound measurement purposes only as it measures the approximate decibel level.
-Minor Bug Fixes
-iOS 12 Compatible
-iPhone SE Models more accurately measuring decibel levels
Ratings and Reviews
Brilliant. I hope it really catche on.
Brilliant. I really hope it catches on and spreads wildly. I just found out about it, downloaded it, and already I love it. Restaurant noise levels are ludicrous. I'm one of those folks who already has an excellent noise level app (by Digital Six), but there's no crowdsourcing there. Now there is! A few months ago I met a friend at a restaurant/bar with good Yelp reviews in Midtown (NYC) for dinner where the noise level was over 90 dB! Borderline permanent hearing damage! We left. But there was no way to report this to others, apart from typing a note in Yelp that no one would ever get around to actually reading. I love this app.
Can’t download it
It’s a terrific idea, but it’s the first app I have not been able to download onto my iPhone. And believe me, I have a LOT of apps. Really frustrating! I can open it from the AppStore, but that’s as far as I can get. Reduced to using Decibel XPro for the moment, which is excellent, but doesn’t leave information for crowd sourcing, as this clever app does - if it would only do something after I press “open”!
Love the idea, but sound reading is inaccurate
Perhaps it's just off on my iPhone SE, but decibel readings are about 10 dB too high on this app compared to all other sound level meter apps I've tried, and compared to a professional sound level meter. The app should allow one to calibrate if needed, or just be more accurate on a given device.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.