Company: Studio Nano Ship, Inc.
Updated Jul 26, 2020
Plant Light Meter is a lifestyle app developed by Studio Nano Ship, Inc., and is available for download on both iOS and Android devices. The app is compatible with iOS 12.0 or later.
Lack of light is the second most common cause of death of indoor plants after excessive watering.
Better light conditions will allow you to keep your plants healthy.
Measure the light levels for the price of a coffee!
How to use:
Launch the application
Point the camera toward the leaves
Press the button "Measure"
How to interpret the measurement:
- Too low: Difficult for plants to survive.
- Low: For plants which can tolerate low levels of light such as aglaonema, parlor palm, philodendron.
- Medium: For the majority of indoor plants such as Dracaena, Pothos, spider plant.
- High: For plants which love light such as zebra plant, areca palm, croton.
- Detection of natural light
- Artificial lights are not supported
- 4 levels of intensity: very low to high
- Uses the rear camera only
- Intensity up to 100,000 lux or 10,000 fc
This application allows you to measure the light levels of indoor plants. However, if you need very precise measurements, the use of professional equipment is recommended.
Need help? Join our Plant Light Meter Forum to discuss your questions, comments and more with other users from all over the world.
To install Plant Light Meter on your PC you need to have an android emulator to be able to run this app on your computer. We recommend using Bluestacks. How to use BlueStacks to run Plant Light Meter on PC/Mac.
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This meter only works on green leaves and images taken at certain angles. It isn’t a reliable source to tell if your plants are getting enough light. And it definitely isn’t for artificial light. Overall an okay meter.
Upgraded from an iPhone 7plus and I can’t allow this app access to my camera. The app doesn’t even show in Apple settings. Please fix this issue bc the app works great...or at least it used to
I am very glad for this app I love how easier it is to know The right lighting thank you
In direct sunlight it goes back and forth between medium and high. DIRECT. SUNLIGHT. It’s very easy to use but I don’t feel it’s very accurate