BeatDroid  for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

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Description

A simple and light-weight BPM (beats per minute) calculator

InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) smartphone was launched in March 2016. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 850 pixels by 480 pixels. InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) price in India starts from Rs. 4,750.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is powered by 1.5GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9830 processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. The phone packs 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 2300mAh non removable battery. It measures 136.80 x 67.00 x 10.82 (height x width x thickness) .

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Gyroscope.

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How to download BeatDroid form InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of BeatDroid with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure BeatDroid is compatible with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  2. Click the download button to download BeatDroid in InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find BeatDroid in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

  • A Google User
    This app does exactly what is says on the tin. Don't rate it poorly simply because you don't know what the intended use is.
  • A Google User
    Works as advertised. Good tool for both heartrate and (in my case) music.
  • A Google User
    Brilliant.
    And it's accurate on every ROM & kernel I've tried.
  • Itai Basel
    Great app
    Great app. I use it all the time. One feature missing is variability measure.
  • A Google User
    Works perfectly as described. The haters are morons. Handy @ rehearsal.
  • A Google User
    Won't win any beauty contests, but it's simple and it works. Helps me quickly bpm new material with out my old stop watch.
  • A Google User
    Interesting way to check bpm, handy for if you don't have a watch, but I wouldn't use it as a permanent replacement.
  • A Google User
    Love it
    This is great for times when you don't have a watch with a second hand or there isnt a clock in the wall. I use it with one of our fetal dopplers that doesnt have a heart rate display.
  • A Google User
    Best bpm counter!
  • A Google User
    Great app to use while at a club. Very responsive and easy to use.
  • A Google User
    Must have for all musicians
    Works out bpm of any tunes by just taping on the app.
  • A Google User
    So ridiculously simple. Insanely useful for medical/healthcare. Musicians, too. Thanks, dev!
  • A Google User
    Very Good BPM Counter
    Does it's job well. Fast & accurate. Tried several Tap BPM apps & this is the most reliable & accurate I've found. Useful for adventurous DJ mixing.
  • A Google User
    Ridiculously useful.
  • A Google User
    Excellent for heart rate, especially like that the averaged time period is adjustable.
  • A Google User
    Hav used this everyday since i got it. Great way to help organize my vinyl collection. Super accurate!
  • A Google User
    Too hype for the pipe
  • Alan Pierson
    best way to measure tempos
    This app may be meant for medicine, but I've found invaluable for measuring tempos in music. It's the best option I've found for this.
  • A Google User
    So simple & wonderful for physicians to get an accurate HR while concentrating on other parts of the exam
  • A Google User
    Brilliant and simple to use
  • A Google User
    Is what it is
    Nothing fancy. Does what it says on the tin.
  • A Google User
    Guud
    Whatmoruwant?
  • A Google User
    Perfect
  • A Google User
    Sometimes the simplest apps are the best! And like Austin said, its great for music too (& accurate) 5* :)
  • A Google User
    Great help for me in the office! Love it!
  • Mark Broderick
    Perfect for me
    Always helped me when I needed it
  • A Google User
    It would be awesome if you could log the bpm with each reset. Maybe with a timestamp too. I want to use it to see the distribution of tempos :)
  • A Google User
    Great for what it promises but I prefer visual metronome (adjust tempo to sync with music) to find BPM; it's less work without tapping.
  • A Google User
    Works well. Tracks changing heartbeat poorly. (Ought to use a decaying average.)
  • A Google User
    Works well for the price
  • Rahul Malhotra
    Indispensible
    I use it less than my stethoscope but more than my reflex hammer. It is the best way (without a cardiac monitor) to count heart rate, respiratory rate, AND frequency of tremor, as it reports Hz as well as BPM. My friends with iphones are jealous. :-)
  • A Google User
    Works as intended! Only negative is you spelled 'first beat' as 'first beast' :-)
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