Beta Release of Sight Meter
Here’s my version of a vision tracking and testing app that I’ve been working on for the last couple months. I submitted it to Apple on Friday and it was just approved for TestFlight beta testing.
This initial version has been stripped down to the basic features but I think it’ll give a good foundation to build upon.
There are a few limitations:
- It’s just for iPhones and iPads.
- The “Distance to Blur” test has the same limitations as the other iPhone distance to blur measuring apps. It only works between (about) 18 cm and the distance that you can reach.
- The DTB test requires an iPhone with a TrueDepth front facing camera but I’ve included an additional “manual” way of entering the measurements if your phone doesn’t have TrueDepth.
This is the first app that I’ve made for the iPhone so a lot of this is new to me. I welcome any feedback on the app so please let me know if you have problems with it or ideas about how to improve it.
Here’s the link to join the beta test. Basically, you’ll need to install the “TestFlight” app first and then after that you can install Sight Meter.