Wind Speed & Direction Meter (Anemometer) for Kitesurfing, Kiteboarding, Kite flying, Windsurfing, Drone, Sailing, Paragliding, Hunting, Fishing, playing Golf etc.
Turn your phone into a high-tech Anemometer with Wind Meter Lab. All you need is your smartphone! Real-time wind speed is measured using only the microphone of your smartphone, no additional equipment is required.
The Wind Meter Lab App is a handy anemometer tool for measuring wind speed for every wind sport or outdoor activity lover!
Whether you are into water sport or any other activity, which requires wind speed and/or wind direction measurements - use the Wind Meter Lab App to detect wind speed and direction of the wind if you are kitesurfing, kite flying, kiteboarding, windsurfing, drone flying, sailing, land yachting, paragliding, kayaking, balloon flying, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking or playing golf!
Measuring wind speed and wind direction all in your smartphone with no additional equipment makes it a common weather station instrument.
Features of Wind Meter Lab Anemometer App:
Current, average, maximum and minimum wind speed and wind direction
Possibility to choose wind units (knots, m/s, km/h, Mph/h)
Graph with current and average wind speed using intuitive color scheme based on Beaufort scale
Possibility to choose graph type, zoom in, zoom out, scroll
Interactive map, which reflects the current location on a map along wiht wind measures and direction
Possibility to share measurements including map and graph with your friends using any of the communication channel: FB, WhatsApp, Viber, email, sms, Google+ etc
Possibility to calibrate the sensitivity of your microphone for even more accurate wind speed measurements
To start your “built-in” wind meter anemometer an easy first time calibration is required - place your smartphone in a quiet area, wait for a few seconds and it’s done!
Now the weather station Wind Meter Lab Anemometer App is always with you on that windy day, enjoy it and share the measurements with your friends!
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