Optometry eye distance measure

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About this app

Free to test with first 10 eye measure exams(including Pupillary Distance)!
4.99$ monthly subscription for unlimited eye-exam measures(including pupillary distance)!

The app is intended for Professional Ophthalmology or Optometry eye specialists to perform eye measure exams like pd measurement
and many more.

This app is also intended for everyone who want to perform various of eye measure exams like:
* Pupil distance (Pupillary Distance) eye exam
* Bridge width eye exam
* Eye size exam
* Minimum Left and Right Blank Size eye measure
* Lens height eye measure
* Left pupil to bottom of lens eye exam
* Right pupil to bottom of lens eye exam
* Left pupil to center of the bridge eye distance
* Right pupil to center of the bridge eye distance

On the latest version we also have Progressive measurements eye-exam. This is the only eyemeasure app that has progressive distance measurement:
* Vertex distance
* Pantoscopic tilt
* Inclination Angle

We also have a standard Visual Acuity eye-exam test

Also these makes the app perfect for any Ophthalmology & Optometry specialist or student.

You can easily measure your pupil distance(pupillary distance) or any Progressive measurement and many more!

Save you exams for later usage.

Our solution is SIMPLE to use!

Results provided are PRECISE and reliable!
Updated on
Jul 31, 2022

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565 reviews
Michiel Huiskens Nogueira
March 28, 2021
The app has a friendly and easy-to-use interface. It guides the user through the necessary steps for eye measurements related to glasses. I'm curious if this could be used as well to measure pupillary distance for VR headsets. Note, I couldn't get the camera function to work even though I gave the app the necessary permission.
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February 2, 2022
Hello and thank you for using our app! We are happy to inform you that the entire app has been redesigned. The user experience and the interface are in the next level now. We also added video tutorials in order to help with the new flows. Will be happy to know if you like it better :)
Michael Shryane
November 7, 2022
What a waste of time, the video tutorials don't match up to what the app is asking for. I have worked in multimedia software development for 20 years and there is nothing intuitive about this app. It makes no sense... I don't know what its asking for, idont know where it wants me to put the measurement points. There is a random image of a credit card, like thats supposed to make sense? Reallt not clear how to submit points. When i input points it doesn't do anything.
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November 15, 2022
We are sorry to hear that. Please check the video tutorials where you can find detailed explanations of how the app works. Will be happy to help you if you have any questions.
Justin Heininger
June 1, 2021
Seems like a pretty accurate app for measuring things like pupillary distance. I used it in conjunction with my reading glasses, the measurements printed on the frames and in app photo I took of myself. It isn't clear to me if the pupillary distance is the reading pupillary distance or normal/long distance. I suspect that it is the former due to the fact I held my phone at arms length for the photo. I've read there is about a 3 mm difference between the two pupillary distance measurements.
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What's new

Added additional screen so optometrists can save more data on their patients