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|Updated||December 31, 2012|
Starting with Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), Google introduced code for ambient temperature and relative humidity sensors. As far as I know, there is currently no Android device that has these sensors… so two-thirds of this app is looking towards the future when hopefully Android phones and tablets are released with these sensors. However, devices like the LG Nexus 4; Samsung Nexus 10, Galaxy S3, Note2, Note, and Nexus; Motorola DROID4, XOOM, XOOM 2, DROID XYBOARD 8.2 & 10.1, and XT928; Sony Xperia go (advance) and active; maybe others do already have a pressure sensor (barometer).
• This is a free release with no ads
• Support for device thermometer, barometer, and hygrometer
• Records set by your device
• Unit choices for temperature/dew point (°F, °C, K), pressure (mb, inHg, kPa, atm, Torr, psi, hPa, mmHg), and absolute humidity (g/m³, kg/m³)
• Pressure can be adjusted to mean sea level using the Altimeter Setting
• Use GPS provided elevation for pressure adjustments
• Absolute humidity and dew point (depends on availability of both thermometer and hygrometer)
• 3 widget sizes (4×1, 1×4, and 1×1) with 3 style choices
• Indicators for rising/falling/steady readings
• Export background readings to a .txt file
• Localized numbers and dates & times
The ‘About’ section in the app has more details on how Weather Station works.
*Fine (GPS) location… this is needed if you want to use the GPS to get your current elevation (if you are adjusting pressure with the Altimeter Setting)
*Modify/delete USB storage contents modify/delete SD card contents… this is needed so you can export background readings to a .txt file if you want to
*Prevent tablet from sleeping prevent phone from sleeping… this is needed just for background readings (which are used for the graphs) if they are enabled
*Automatically start at boot… this is needed to restart background readings (if enabled) after a reboot of your device