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The most completed ruler solutions for your phone! It includes a classic ruler, a tape measure and a camera ruler.<br><br>Features:<br>- Elegant design<br>- Measure in inches and centimeters<br>- Sliders to measure small objects accurately<br>- Camera ruler mode to measures objects using your camera<br>- Photo measures mode to add measures data to your photos.
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Well I tried the photo measurements using a quarter it’s rather accurate on a small item. As of measuring a larger object I haven’t tried it but I hope it will work. My old phone doesn’t have AR so the AR ruler will not work but this Seems to be a good app I got the free version but watched like 3 videos to upgrade it to pro. So that’s a nice touch... you can check out other app that they have some are free so go ahead and check them out. I did and I’m happy so far.
I was just looking for a basic ruler when I downloaded this app. As soon as I started using it I noticed other features I thought I’d have to get separate apps for, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover these other great functions were already built-in with this single app. Kudos to the developers for a true 5-star app! I could not be more pleased. Thank you.
Free version only contains a metric ruler and requires a paid upgrade to view standard measurements. Given that the illustrations the developer uses to advertise the free apps functionality includes the paid version’s ruler with both metric and standard measurements, it is misleading. The free version isn’t so much an App, as it is a pop-up ad for the payed version, which is an underhanded tactic and is why I gave it 2 stars. I’m fine with paying for an app if it’s honest, straight forward and fairly priced. I found that the “3-in-1 Ruler” in the App Store is what I was looking for, an honest and straightforward free onscreen ruler with the basic functionality of any ruler, without annoying pop-ups. (I have no affiliation with any app or it’s developers and included this recommendation as a consumer interested in helping other people find the best version of what they’re looking for.
I wanted a ruler that I could place directly on the item I was measuring & measure it accurately in cm. Perfect! I later found my tape measure & rechecked it & it was spot on. I haven't measured anything large, but if they need a credit card as a reference length as other reviewers have noted, then I expect any card would do. I have numerous gas station cards all the same size!
This app was good even with the ads, it worked just fine. It had the ability to measure in both inches and centimeters, which is all I needed. After the last update for “minor bug fixes”, I found out that they took away the ability to do inches in the free version, just centimeters. Taking away the main basic feature renders the app useless for me now. I hope they will put inches back, but for now I’ll look elsewhere.
Developed by Tue Nguyen Minh.
Ruler® is ranking in Utilities & Productivity
Last update was at Nov 17, 2019and the current version is 3.4.9.
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Ruler® have a 10 992a user reviews.
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