Lux-o-Meter

Lux-o-Meter
Free
281 reviews
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Publisher

Martin Suchan

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Download size

2 MB

Last updated

7/21/2014

Version

1.7.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • photos library
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • internet connection
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (21)

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Use your phone as a real lux meter for free!
Lux-o-Meter is the first Windows Phone 8.1 application for measuring real illuminance using the built-in light sensor, now also with the option to use alternative illuminance units: Foot-candle, Phot or Nox. It's now also possible to disable the automatic lock screen.
The application is free, but if you like it, you can update it to Pro version, thanks!
Because of missing light sensor the application does not work on: Nokia Lumia 630, 635
v1.7 - bugfixes and optimization
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Reviews

  • by Dheeraj 10/18/2014
    It works. Very responsive!
  • by prasetyo 10/15/2014
    Good for architect
  • by Diolinei 10/14/2014
    Muito bom. Não ganhou 5 estrelas pois não tem a opção de calibrar.
  • by Matthew 10/13/2014
    Now that we can measure the amount of light...which is cool. Can you add the feature to measure the color of the light in Kelvin
  • by Anand 10/13/2014
    Fun App😊
  • by karim 10/12/2014
    سلام بسیار سپاسگزارم از این برنامه خوب وکاربردی ،خیلی عالی میباشد.
  • by Jerry 10/10/2014
    Works on Nokia 520
  • by Beau 10/5/2014
    It works. Unfortunately you have to pay to use the different measurements.
  • by sadra 10/2/2014
    Very cool app
  • by Mark 10/1/2014
    Very useful. There is a lot in the free version for amateurs like myself. Gives me a good starting point.