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Overall not a bad app for quick and accurate placement. Would be nice to add a ruler function that can be seen while in camera view. Allowing the user to double check all measurements. Also add Class B option, measurements not annotated for badge placement on pocket. (I.e. Evenly spaced or with one once between), would also show what intersecting the lapel for the insignia disc actually means. Make a separate disc measurement/photo ability as stated above.
The app hasn’t crashed at all since I got it. Many of the issues I saw others rating this app low for seem to have been fixed with the exception of one or two things not allowed on OFC Uniform but are allowed to be placed on via the app. Basically the app allows you to see where things should go, if you are hoping the app does all the work and gives you the exact measurements you should always go see AR 670.
This app is okay at best. It provides correct measurements and correct depictions of how your uniform should look. The issue I have with this app is that it doesn't account for whether you award or badges are covered. They should update the app to allow the user to input whether they want the award aligned to the right/left of the pocket etc. to account for it being covered.
I expected a lot more for the price paid. Very basic features like ribbon precedence and a link for purchases. The ruler is difficult for use with small measurements. App allows personalized over view of the ASU coat, that is the only redeeming feature. Unfortunately, some information presented is inaccurate as service stripes are not worn on an officers coat.
Absolutely do not get this app. Their information is wrong, they won't refund your money, and the app crashes all the time. Tell anyone you can to stay away from this app!!! If you buy this app you'll have a jacked up DA photo, you'll fail ASU inspection, and look like garbage for any board. There are better apps and websites out there. I'm in the process of getting these guys removed from iTunes because of their crappy app, bad uniform info and lack of customer service.
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iUniform ASU - Builds Your Army Service Uniform has 80 user reviews.
iUniform ASU - Builds Your Army Service Uniform has an average rating of 3.0.
The latest version of iUniform ASU - Builds Your Army Service Uniform (1.13) was released on Jun 24, 2015.
You can download iUniform ASU - Builds Your Army Service Uniform here:.
The only App that builds your entire Army Service Uniform (ASU) and shows all the measurements!
* This App supports the latest AR
670-1 and DA PAM 670-1 (31MAR2014) updates for wear and appearance of the ASU.
* The App displays all measurements and spacing details by zooming in. Takes away the guesswork when setting up your own uniform.
* Save multiple ASUs with the option to edit or update later.
*Email, or Share ASU images. A great tool for assisting other Soldiers.
* Covers all ranks, branches, and genders.
* A ruler in the App facilitates on-the-spot uniform adjustments.
Square away your team, squad or platoon. You can build, save, and email your soldiers' ASUs faster than the time it normally takes to figure out one uniform using a booklet or manual! This App was created to make Army Service Uniform assembly fast!
This App does not yet cover:
Uniforms other than the ASU
National Guard State awards and ribbons
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