For all Your Measurements on the Go
If you need to estimate measurements quickly when you are out and about, download the Moasure App. Turn your smartphone instantly into a 100m tape measure and a spirit level.
Josh Levinson - 6 Feb 2019
"Was highly skeptical of this app, but it is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! It seriously must use magic. It seems to be accurate to within 1 cm, even over distances of at least 3 metres. Unbelievable. One of the best and most impressive apps I've ever used."
Looking for furniture and furnishings or out buying DIY materials, there is nothing like having a tape measure quickly to hand. Add Moasure to your smartphone and you won’t need to hunt through the toolbox or kitchen draw again. And Moasure will work whether you have an internet connection available or not.
Easy to Use
No longer do you need someone else to help hold the end of your tape measure or spend time adding up measurements or find a piece of paper to write everything down. Just move your smartphone from A to B and let Moasure do the rest. The measurement will be displayed on your phone and you can opt to save or print instantly.
Using the motion measuring technology of Moasure you can measure almost anything, from the width of a tile to the length of your garden. And if there is an obstacle in the way, just walk round it – Moasure will measure straight through it!
The Moasure App can measure:
- Angle between two surfaces
- Incline angle of a slope
Need a spirit level, use the ‘angle between two surfaces’ to check the two surfaces are level.
Ensuring Confidence in our Measurements
Motion sensors in smartphones are still in their infancy, and currently limited in performance and accuracy.
That means the Moasure App is perfect for estimating the dimensions of, for example, a sofa to check it will fit in your space at home. It is not yet accurate enough for taking precision measurements so please do not rely on it just yet for measurements when you are drilling or cutting.
Moasure supports both metric and imperial units, up to 100m / 300ft.
For more ways to improve accuracy when you are measuring see our tutorial videos.