Pupil Distance PD Glasses & VR

4.4
1.3K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

#1 Top Ranked App for measuring Pupillary Distance also known as PD.

PD Meter App by GlassifyMe is the perfect tool to measure your Pupillary Distance (PD) quickly and accurately. Simply take a picture holding a standard sized card with the magnetic strip facing the camera and let us do the rest.

Note: Using a credit card is NOT required, nor recommended. Please use a points or rewards card. The card is only used for the purpose of reference sizing.


What is PD?
PD, short for Pupillary Distance, is the distance between the center of your pupils in millimeters. This measurement is important during the manufacturing of your prescription glasses to ensure you get proper vision. This measurement is also needed for your VR (Virtual Reality) headsets.


Why PD Meter App?
• Measure your Distance and Reading PD in 3 quick steps
• Automatically detects your eyes and pupils
• Advanced algorithm that calculates and gives precise results
• Take a selfie, ask a friend to take your picture, or import photo from gallery.

** Watch the full video tutorial at https://youtu.be/eIuSNoEZWig
Updated on
Oct 26, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.4
1.3K reviews
Joshua Root
September 17, 2022
Works great. Got one number for 3 tries, then got a slightly higher number (1 mm higher) the 4th time after looking into the distance when taking the photos. Need to go read the directions again to see if I did it exactly right. Will update shortly.... UPDATE:. I didn't see instructions on how far to stare when taking the photo. So when looking at the camera, I got 66. When looking into the distance, I got 67. Seems pretty accurate to me. SECOND UPDATE: Thank you, GlassifyMe!!
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Tech Positive
September 16, 2022
The app in fact takes into account for your distance PD when you are looking into the camera. Thank you for the review!
Karen Kietzke
September 23, 2022
The measurement was consistent with previous measurements using other methods. It allows you to manually adjust everything, so if it doesn't detect your pupils correctly, you can fix it. I couldn't hold the phone and activate the shutter at the same time with one hand, but there was a 5-second timer button that solved that problem.
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Chuck ie
February 26, 2021
It works decently. I got 67mm using a ruler in the mirror and this gave 67mm. The only way that I could get a good result though was by using a tripod with a phone holder attachment. Would probably work better with a friend taking the picture for you also. I would like to suggest to the developers to put the shutter buttons higher up on the screen, because that's what made it hard for me to use. It's awkward to hold the phone down low so you can reach the shutter button with your thumb.
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What's new

- Improved instructions and process for more accurate results.
- Pupil auto detection: the app now detects your pupils automatically.
- Option to take photo by pressing Volume button
- Task specific results: Get PD for Distance, Reading, Computer, or VR Headsets.
- Bug fixes and enhancements.