Yup yup. Now you can just pick diopters from the dropdown.
Just released into the app store today.
Probably reasonable to say, good example of why persistence in the face of adversity is often useful. When Apple rejected the original app, lot of commenters in Facebook said, “just go to Android bro”.
Which is pretty much how life goes for a lot of people. Pick the route of least resistance. Let them tell you what can’t be done.
Obviously this wasn’t a big deal, but every time people do that “oh just quit then” thing, I really want to go on a long speech of how those are usually the exact defining moments of where you’re going to take your life-ship.
But I just mostly. Nobody needs a lecture.
Really the point and yay-moment: DIOPTER MEASURING IS IN THE APP STORE, FINALLY.
That’s just the start.
Now that you can measure and store diopter data, we can move on to putting that data into context, especially with the oodles and mountains of content we have. Imagine being able to measure, and the app suggesting what you may want to read or watch, where to start or go to next, connect with fellow myopes at similar moments of their journey … and lots more that we can all come up with.
Probably going to have to start hard-selling some courses at some point, pay for all this fancy dreaming.