AR Ruler App – Tape Measure & Cam To Plan 1.3.0 APK PAID

AR Ruler App – Tape Measure & Cam To Plan 1.3.0 APK PAID
AR Ruler app uses augmented reality technology (AR) to tape measure the real world with your smartphone’s camera. Target aim on the detected plane and start to use ar tape measure tool:

1) AR Ruler app – allows to tape measure linear sizes in cm, m, mm, inches, feet, yard.
2) Distance meter – allows to tape measure distance from device camera to a fixed point on the detected 3D plane.
3) Angle – allows to tape measure corners on 3D planes.
4) Area and Perimeter – allows to tape measure perimeter and area of the room.
5) Volume – allows to tape measure size of 3D objects.
6) Path – allows to calculate the length of the path.
7) Height – allows to tape measure height relative to the recognized surface.
8) Plan – generates plan projection for drawn objects and exports it to PDF format.
9) On-screen Ruler app – measure small objects directly on the smartphone’s screen.

Try AR Ruler app now – we’d love to hear your feedback!

Note:
Please note that AR Ruler app requires ARCore library produced by Google. ARCore is constantly improving, which, in turn, positively affects the quality and accuracy of AR Ruler app.
Customer Support:
Should you have any questions about AR Ruler app or need help, please do not hesitate to contact us via developer email.

Screenshot 1 AR Ruler App – Tape Measure & Cam To Plan 1.3.0 APK PAID Screenshot 2 AR Ruler App – Tape Measure & Cam To Plan 1.3.0 APK PAID


What's New

* Zoom
* UI improvements
* bug fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
December 28, 2018
Size
9.6M
Installs
500,000+
Current Version
1.3.0
Requires Android
7.0 and up
Content Rating
Rated for 3+
In-app Products
IDR 14,000.00 - IDR 149,000.00 per item
Permissions
Offered By
Grymala
Developer
2V Masyukovschchina str., Minsk, 220124

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