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About this app

Every smart rifleman needs Ballistics...

Now on Android, Nimoh® Ballistics is unique across the entire smartphone marketplace in terms of practical features not found in any other ballistics application in the world, and a professional smartphone user interface unrivalled in versatility. Aside from all of the standard features expected of a ballistics application, all the following unparalleled features included:

1. All three main modern ballistics methods – Point Mass, Siacci, and Pejsa, implemented correctly and accurately
2. Single System Console where all important data variables, turret adjustments, and sight picture are displayed
3. Custom virtual meters for input variables, beautifully crafted, including Anemometer, Wind Direction Indicator, Inclinometer, Compass and Hygrometer/thermometer
4. 3500+ strong Bullet Database, all from manufacturer’s catalogues only – stored with manufacturer’s catalogue numbers and manufacturer only data – no spurious information from unofficial sources
5. Number selection dials for quick and easy input of numerical data – no cumbersome text boxes
6. Airgun mode which amongst other things, allows for muzzle energy input, accounting for the subsequent change in muzzle velocity, and allow when pellet is changed to another of a differing weight
7. Full user enable/disable help documentation available from all primary application pages to ensure correct operation
8. Instant elevation/windage adjustment value updates in real-time when any input variable is changed – no clumsy, extra-step ‘Done’, ‘OK’ or ‘Calculate’ etc. buttons
9. Instant saving of all variables to the application database – no inconvenient ‘Save’, ‘Close’, or ‘Store’ etc. buttons to be remembered. When the application is started, it starts where last left
11. Store an unlimited number of rifle/ammo configurations
12. Inline reformatting of range table plot intervals to facilitate easy reading – long range shooters can set intervals up to 500 yards or metres – air gunners as low as 1 yard or metre
13. Supports both portrait and landscape mode with neat navigable layout!
14. Aim point on stadiametric reticle for real-time target acquisition. (In-App purchase in this free version - get the Professional version to have all reticles available!)

Don’t simply take our word for it – try it! After all it’s free!
Updated on
May 3, 2023

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81 reviews
Scott Godwin
June 11, 2021
It took me a bit to figure out the controls, they're a bit retro in feel (clunky?) and the main screen feels crowded. That said, I love this app! I'm not an app developer so I don't really know, but it sure looks like a LOT of work went into this. If you do your job and get the data in the right place the output is dead-on. For the developer... I'm not sure why the reticle graphic takes up so much room on the screen? I'd also like to see terminal velocity and energy without having to switch to..
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John Thornley
May 12, 2023
This is by far the best app I have found for scope ballistics. Once set up all the info you might need is on one page and easy to edit for changing range etc. It has an encyclopaedic selection of reticles from a wide range of scope oems which is an absolute boon. Queries to the developer were answered the same day. Impressive. So I bought the pro version. Get it.
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Brian Reiss
August 12, 2023
Some settings don't seem to work. Using a profile and / or creating one isn't very intuitive. I'm sure that RTFM may help but I think there's easier ways to plan scope settings. I just found another app for comparison and if it doesn't require reading the freakin manual and seems intuitive I'll dump this one
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Nimoh Scientific
September 5, 2023
Which settings do you find aren't working? Please let me know at

What's new

Added Vector Optics VM-1 Sytle reticle