NantMobile Money Reader
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NantMobile Money Reader instantly recognizes currency and speaks the denomination, enabling people experiencing visual impairments or blindness to quickly and easily identify and count bills. Point the camera of your iOS device at a bill and the application will tell you the denomination in real-time. Twenty one currencies are supported: the US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Bahraini Dinar, Brazilian Real, Belarusian Ruble, British Pound, Canadian Dollar, Euro, Hungarian Forint, Israeli Shekel, Indian Rupee, Japanese Yen, Kuwaiti Dinar, Mexican Peso, New Zealand Dollar, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Saudi Arabian Riyal, Singapore Dollar, and United Arab Emirates Dirham.
Featuring our patented and proprietary recognition technology, the NantMobile Money Reader makes it as easy to recognize bills as possible. There’s no need to hold the iOS device still or capture a photo and wait for a result. Recognition happens instantly--in real-time. The app does not require an internet connection, which means it will read money at any location, and at anytime.
NantMobile Money Reader is a helpful mobile assistant that’s simple and easy to use. While shopping, use the application to verify money while checking out or to ensure you are getting the right amount of change back. It can be used to quickly and easily sort money with independence and confidence. The denomination is also displayed on the iOS device's in high contrast large numerals, for those having sufficient vision to make use of the display.
NantMobile Money Reader provides Voice Over support for several languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Polish, Portugese, Russian, Korean, Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Japanese, Greek, Hungarian, and Mandarin.
Disclaimer: This app should not be used to detect counterfeit currency or be solely relied upon for money identification. The app should be used with discretion, to ensure privacy, as it both announces denominations, and displays denominations in large print. The built-in light on many iOS devices may sufficiently illuminate currency to make it visible for some distance away.
What's New in Version 2.5
This version includes updated currency notes, 64-bit support, bug fixes, and general improvements.
Missing a valuable feature
I've been using this with good results for years, but a feature that was most used when it was first introduced has since taken a hike with the introduction of support for many currencies. I of course mean the silent identification! You could at one point set the sound switch to silent, and the phone would shake to let you know if you had a 1 or 5 US bill. I used this a great deal in loud places or even a library. That long-missed feature I'm sure would benefit deaf-blind users of iOS devices.
Fast and private
The app is instantaneous when identifying American money. Really nice not to have to rely on people to sort bills. I've mostly encountered honest people, but I've heard stories of blind people being taken advantage of, too. I grew up during the time of no cell phones and never dreamed that my phone and great apps like these could see for me. Simply liberating.
Good, but could be better
This app is quick and accurate at distinguishing American currency. Unfortunately, I am often in a store when I need to use it and voiceover is not readily audible. The app needs a toggle button for vibrate- e.g. 1 vibrate for $1, 2 vibrates for $5, and so on. The app would absolutely earn a 5* rating if the vibrate option were included in a future update.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Aug 03, 2016
- Version: 2.5
- Size: 52.1 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil
- Seller: IPPLEX Holdings Corporation
- Copyright © 2016 NantMobile. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.