To quick to review Still not happy with instructions. Please write them for dummies to understand. That said. Take very good pictures (get an app to improve picture quality) use as large a reference rectangle as you can and the app works. I will use the app to get measurments from inside and outside of buildings for making bids for work to do. I recomend -- purchase the app -- then use your head. You will be happy. Sorry about the first review.
Another quality app from Vistech Vistech have carved a niche for useful well written properly tested Apps that always actually work and work well. Quality Control is exemplary No uneccessary bells and whistles, it just does what it says on the tin. Keep up the good work!
Good enough. App works but doesn't have a vast library of reference objects and requires you to set a frame of points over the object to get reference size. Also doesn't detect dimensions automatically. Should save dimensions of objects in the app for later use.
Partometer Seems like it could be pretty cool. It is complicated enough to need some directions or a help file, which I have yet to find.
Read the description carefully-- this app does not work quite the way it is marketed This app DOES NOT allow you to measure in 3 dimensions. It is only a 2d measuring app. You lay down a known size reference object (a credit card or a piece of notebook paper for example) and and in your photo you use that to define the reference plane. You can then measure any 2 dimensional object in that plane only. After playing with the app, I understand why this limitation exists, but it should be made more clear before people buy. Some other issues... There is NO documentation-- the video here is it. Watch it before you buy. At least on my phone (an Lg G3), the UI is laggy and nearly unusable.. Even when it works, the UI is non-intuitive.
A reasonably accurate app nearly crippled by some of the worst documentation ever written. The best first step to learning this app is to eliminate the Reference Object Line feature--go right to Preferences and drop it, it's clutter that serves no essential function--and to *fix* your reference object rectangle in place (long press the "W/H" area in the lower left side of the screen) or you run the risk of DESTROYING the measuring grid by inadvertently moving the corners of your reference plane when you start moving rulers around. And make sure the object that you're measuring is confined *exactly* in the measuring plane or the accuracy will drop dramatically. The limits inherent in this type of measuring system become apparent fairly soon, but still reasonably accurate, so 3 stars, 4 stars when those awful user guide pages are rewritten.
3.2 - Circle Mode
3.1.3 - yard units, use screen outside ZOOM VIEW for fine ruler adjustment
3.1.1 - sharing and saving fix for KitKat 4.4, better pic upload - Picasa, Drive, browsers
3.1 - Area mode add points, Auxiliary Plane Grid
Quick access to Units, Plane and ROL settings
Delete selected point in area mode
3.0.1 - reset reference object alignment (LONG TOUCH in auto align button)
3 - Angle, Area Modes
2 automatic object alignment
1.1 Touch to switch points under control.