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About this app

9 Gaze is an easy, quick, and efficient way to document eye motility and strabismus in the 9 cardinal positions of gaze. The app provides an on-screen guide for eye positioning to assist with image consistency through all 9 photographs. 9 Gaze app automatically creates a composite image of the 9 photographs for easy exporting. You can email the image to yourself for importing into your electronic medical record or save to your device.

- On-screen guide for placement of eyes (with auto-cropping for ease of use)
- Automatic creation of the composite image of all 9 positions of gaze
- Ability to skip gaze directions
- Re-take any picture
- Turn flash on or off
- Ability to document name, medical record, and date of birth

Save time with 9 Gaze!

No information or photos are ever saved within the app. It is the user's responsibility to protect any and all protected health information (PHI) obtained by the user.
If you choose to save images to camera roll, it is highly suggested to encrypt your phone and turn off iCloud photo backup. When emailing photos, please make sure your email is HIPAA secure.

This is not a medical device. Do not use app to diagnose or treat.
Updated on
Jun 11, 2022

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78 reviews
Chelsea H
December 2, 2021
Not sure what's wrong with it, but no matter how I attempt photos, they always turn out sideways and of only one eye. This app works great on iPhone, but I'm frustrated by the android version. I don't always have the ability to have someone with an iPhone take the photos so they turn out the way they should.
11 people found this review helpful
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Dr. Samer Hajjo /Strabismologist/
August 11, 2020
It was to be brilliant if: 1- one can control the picture after capturing (size and position and tilting) 2- has an option of saving the picture by a name that is same as the name of patient or as its ID or both of them together. 3- has an option of just deleting certain picture without replacing it 4- (very important) possibility of adding a pictures from gallery instead of capturing. 5 - has an option of fogging a part of the captured picture in order to prevent recognition of the face
14 people found this review helpful
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Abhishek Paul
January 22, 2021
Very nice app for documentation purpose. However, with the latest Android version, it no longer works. Developer should take note and come up with an update.
10 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Bugfix :
- Image is rotated in some devices
- Crash when save to gallery