By marisol marrero
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Pitter-Pad is a great app for kids! It is an iPad App that measures infant and toddler shoe sizes. It features an easy to use step-by-step interface that accurately measures each foot's length and width. The App is designed to display a suggested shoe size for purchase as opposed to a simple foot measurement. Pitter-Pad is designed to make shoe shopping online easier by not having to download potentially inaccurate printouts or purchase costly archaic home measuring devices.
The App is packed with goodies like an international size converter, an optional shoe width interface and a custom color palette. Designed for infants, toddlers, and kids (up to size 12 US), the ease of use and instant results make it a great download for parents and businesses alike.
Visit http://pitterpad.com for more details.
What's New in Version 1.1
ADS have been removed!
We have added support for Canada, Korea and Japan.
Not accurate, good job I'm a shoe fitter
I work for a company that specialises in measuring and fitting kids shoes! but it's not always easy to take my son into a store to get measured so I downloaded this app.
Although the interface looks nice, the app in itself is completely useless in that it measures approximately 2 lengths smaller than what my son has been wearing and had been measured (and it's not like I don't know how to fit his shoes) and the widths are just nowhere near understandable for people to use.
I think the developers need to go back to the drawing board with this and find a way to make at least the lengths more accurate.
There's no ad getting in the way now
Only problem, I was trying to measure my babies foot for some christening shoes : it gave me a shoe-size of 0.5 but the CM would be nice too!
Great idea but completely flawed currently
This is a great idea but it looks like the developer did not consider the position of the advert, which, unbelievably, covers the width controller thus making the app unusable. Terrible QA. I will rate again when this is fixed.