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Wish I knew how much this app was. I bought some property and needed to stake off where my house was going and where the property perked and low and behold, I left my tape measure 40 miles away. 40 winding country miles at my house I currently own. So I thought surely someone has made an app for that! Found this and omg, I was saved! I was measuring hundreds of feet on my vacant land and it did beautifully! The septic inspector went out and when he called, said he’d be sending me the permit through email. Whew! I got it right! If the price is right, I’d buy the whole app because my house that’s being built, I will surely need it. But I’m not taking no 3 day trial if I don’t know what I will be charged after that! Give us a price
This app totally blew me away from the moment I opened it and saw that it wasn't like all the other so-called ruler apps. I've downloaded countless of them, all claiming to be AR enabled measurement apps, yet every single one of them was either too difficult to learn and/or use or they simply didn't work at all. Either way, none of them lasted more than 30 minutes on my phone. Honestly, I was expecting one of those outcomes when I decided to try this app as a last ditch effort at having a working, reliable ruler on my iPhone. You know what it took for me to learn to use this app? A 17-SECOND HOW-TO VIDEO THAT'S AVAILABLE FROM THE SETTINGS PAGE. Hallelujah, Devs! You've earned my business for as long as you keep updating this app - oh! And that's the other thing! I'm usually such a tightwad, especially when it comes to paying subscription fees for the "Pro version" of any app - I can't believe I'm typing this, but I truly think this app is worth EVERY PENNY! Save yourself the headaches and just download it. (You can even take it for a free 3-day test-drive before you get billed for the annual fee.)
I would say for what it is, your app is definitely a cool idea and I like it a lot( hence why I am giving 4 stars. However, One change I would make is for you guys to find a way for the points to snap to the edge of a surface you are trying to measure (kinda like a vision system on a cmm works). I say that because I notice a large user error in trying to get the points on the edge of what I am trying to measure. If you guys can figure out how to make your measuring points sense the edge of a part and allow me to pick a point and have it snap to it, you guys would have the perfect measuring app and it would be one that I would trust to use in replacement of a tape measure.
Ok. I have to say the negative reviews are pretty harsh. Many are because they aren’t paying attention to “6s and above”. Others expect it to be dead accurate. Folks, AR is just in it’s infancy. For an early attempt at taking measurements in 3D space, it’s pretty darn good and I think the approach is on the right track. Yes it needs some additional prerequisite calculations to place the anchors before selecting start and stop points (and the reticle needs to light up when you have an anchor highlighted) but it’s a work in progress. And good grief, it’s free so stop complaining. Keep an eye on this one, I can’t wait to see future versions. Nice work y’all.
This is a great idea for an app, and I love the AR features. However, there are a lot of glitches. For instance, it attempts to get a layout of a room/object and line it with yellow dots. Some of these dots are floating in thin air, others are way behind the object. If you stand and measure in one place, you won’t get an accurate measurement at all. If you bring the camera of your phone exactly to the two points you want to measure, you get a better reading but still inaccurate. I never got the same reading with the app that I did with an actual tape measure - no matter what I tried. This is a great idea but it needs a lot of work. (Note: I tested all the other competing apps on the App Store today and none are any better).
Developed by Level Labs, LLC.
Tape Measure™ is ranking in Utilities & Productivity
Last update was at Mar 12, 2019and the current version is 2.0992.
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Tape Measure™ have a 32 249a user reviews.
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