Version: 2.0.312 (20000312)
Package: com.google.android.apps.forscience.whistlepunk
173 downloads
8.6 MB (9,012,912 bytes)
Min: Android 4.4 (Kitkat, API 19)
Target: Android 7.1 (Nougat MR1, API 25)
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Uploaded October 12, 2017 at 3:49PM UTC by Carlos Cabral
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New features and improvements:
• Brand-new interface for taking notes and documenting science experiments.
• New snapshot feature for capturing individual data points.
• New sensors: linear accelerometer, magnetometer, and compass
• Redesigned gallery for browsing experiments
• Now available on iOS devices!
Science Journal is the free digital science notebook brought to you by Google.

Whether you're a science educator or a hobbyist doing science at home, you can keep your notes, photos, and observations all in one convenient place. Use the sensors in your phone to measure and graph phenomena such as light, sound, and motion, or connect to external sensors via bluetooth to conduct experiments on the world around you.

With the Science Journal app, you can:
• Measure light, sound, acceleration, air pressure, and more using your phone's built-in sensors.
• Take notes and photos to document your science experiments. More note types coming soon!
• Connect to external sensors using select Bluetooth-enabled Arduino and Vernier devices.
• Export recorded sensor data as CSV files.
• Create automated triggers for recording data and taking notes.
• Use sonification to hear the movement of your graphs.

Science Journal is available for free on Android, iPhone, iPad, and compatible Chromebook devices.

Educational activities by our partners: makingscience.withgoogle.com/science-journal/activities
For support: productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/sciencejournal
Open-source code available: github.com/google/science-journal


Permissions notice:
• Location: needed to scan for bluetooth sensor devices.
• Camera: needed to take pictures to document experiments.
• Microphone: needed for sound intensity sensor.
• Storage: needed to access photos to insert into experiments.
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