visor - magnifier

visor - magnifier

By Sebastian Marr

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2014-12-30
  • Current Version: 1.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.90 MB
  • Developer: Sebastian Marr
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 7 Ratings

Description

Visor - magnifier app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is a mobile magnifying glass and reading aid for people with low vision. Enlarge difficult to read text by 4 magnification levels and change contrast to 5 different viewing modes. Optionally, turn on the LED flash of your device to help you see better in low-light conditions. Swiping up the yellow plus button reveals screenshot mode. The 3 large, different colored buttons helps you to get quick access to all functions for easy handling. ‣ 2x to 8x magnification ‣ 5 different color contrast modes: full color, black on white, white on black, yellow on blue & blue on yellow with enhanced contrasts ‣ Manual focus on tap ‣ Autofocus on tap and hold ‣ LED camera light ‣ VoiceOver support ‣ Freeze the image to zoom, enhance contrast and save or share the picture without having to hold the camera pointing at the subject ‣ AirPlay Mirroring support beams the image of visor to your AppleTV onto your television or projector ‣ Tested by people with visual impairments and we are always grateful to hear your feedback too. How visor works: Visor uses the built in camera of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Please keep a minimum of 5cm to the object you like to magnify. Otherwise, the camera can not focus the object. Older iPads don't support the LED camera light.

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Reviews

  • Very useful

    5
    By Laydros
    I don’t have overall low vision, but this is extremely handy for things like electronics where contrast is low or print is very small. For a friend that has poor vision it is an even more important tool for any sort of small print. Well laid out and useful.
  • Very clear, multi-level zoom

    5
    By GoldenMoo
    This app really helps me a fear deal to decipher what I'm looking at. I don't usually use it for lengthy reading (like a book), but to figure out what an item is by zooming in on it with the light on or to read small text on handheld items. It's very clear, easy to use and I really love it.
  • Great app as a video magnifier for the visually impaired! $ .99 app compared to $400 -700 for

    3
    By Abilitylinks
    I am a user of video magnifiers for reading text etc.The good: Visor is just as good as any stand-alone magnifier that is currently on the market. The price complaisant is unbelievable, $.99 cents compared to $400. to 700.00 for a stand-alone model. With a smart phone, there is no reason anyone who is visually impaired. Controls are easy to use and very much like the stand-alone version. The bad: Smart phone magnifiers zap your battery power very quickly. Always have a charger handy. It does sometimes take a few seconds to properly focus. You need to beware of the camera location when focusing in your text. . This is super for a backup or when you only want to travel with one device as well.
  • Won't replace reading glasses, but helpful

    4
    By For Mom
    Now that I have had time to use the app a bit, I am happy with it. It will be helpful in a pinch at a restaurant, a store to read a price tag, etc when I don't have or don't want to pull out my reading glasses. I always have my phone with me. I don't always have my glasses.

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