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myEyeQue app along with EyeQue miniscope allow you to take an accurate refraction measurement anytime, anywhere. Results are processed and stored in the secured cloud.
Ratings and Reviews
Even wowed an optometrist!
After reading mixed reviews and trying the app out myself, I wanted to set the record straight.
So at first I had an issue getting the app to run. I found a chat box on their website and got help right away. The person instructed me to force close and reopen the app - sounded too simple for a solution but it worked! Kudos to the guy who helped me!
Turns out this app was easy to use, pretty straight forward, and my results were spot on to my doctor’s prescription on one eye, and off by 0.25 on the other. After talking with my neighbor (she’s an optometrist), she said that difference is probably unnoticeable and she was impressed at the accuracy! Based on this, I ordered a pair of glasses and they work perfectly!
The app worked well for me, bummer for those having problems. Perhaps they should have tried contacting customer support before giving up? Just saying...
Had this app for a year and decided to check my eyes again. Started up the app on my iPhone 7plus, but would only get the splash screen for a second, then it would crash, I tried it on my iPhone X worth the exact same result. Deleted the app on both phones, reinstalled and they both now would load properly. Next problem and the final blow, while taking the eye test, the - or + sign used to align would go rouge at different levels of the test and just continue on there own to move in one direction or the other until you get a voice message you have hit the outer range. No way to stop this behavior without going out of the program and starting over. I gave up after 3 tries. Life’s too short.
Works well, but could use improvements
This app and device work well to precisely measure my distance vision prescription (which I compared to my prescription from 6mos. ago). However, I wear bifocals and the app can't measure my near field vision (probably because it's refractive error is far less than that of my distance vision). It would be great if there was a second set of tests that can help measure the change in both fields of vision for bifocal users. It could also let someone know if they need to talk to their doctor about getting bifocals.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.