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I used to have an earlier version of AR measure app that didn’t do an accurate job long time ago. I’m surprised that this app has an accurate measurement and a looot of functions that you can give a try. I like it without the ADs in most pages, but hope to have a “share the app” button somewhere that I can easily share it with my friends. Good job!
This is an ambitious app (well it appears that way, although it's possible that all the impressive programming is provided by Apple's AR frameworks), but it fails miserably at times. For example, it's really cool that I can visualize (virtual) furniture in a (real) room, but the fact that the furniture refuses to rest on the floor and instead floats in the air means I'm going to go looking for a different app. This showed me what is possible with available AR apps, but it didn't deliver. Keep looking, or test an updated version to see if they've fixed it since I wrote this...
I haven’t been using this app very long but before I saw it I was just about to order a digital tape measure, I found this app, I tried it and I was immediately impressed and I love it. I always have my phone or tablet around and never a tape measure till now with this app.
All of these reviews that say it doesn’t work are either idiots, liars, or people with iPhone 6 or below. The coolest thing I’ve found in the app is the stud finder/metal detector. I’ve been playing with that crap for hours now.
Every time I have tried to measure a distance, half way through it loses inches and the length ends up short than the object is. I was measuring a straight object, it got to 3.2 feet and suddenly showed 2.7 feet instead. So instead of the correct length it was too short. I tried several times, even moving very slowly and steadily. The last time the total was heading to what I expected it to be but right at the end it dropped a foot.
Tape Measure ® is the augmented reality tape
measure and ruler in your pocket!
Measure anything with your phone!
Some of the many great features of Tape Measure ® include:
• Tape Measure
• Laser Level
• Stud Finder
• Measurement History
• .. And many more tools!
Augmented Reality features require ARKit with an A9 processor or later (iPhone 6S or later).
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