Measure for measure, the best tool-based app on the market
Smart Tools Review
by on July 1, 2012
There is a point in your life – no matter what your gender – that you have to admit that you need to get a load of tools. This usually involves a trip to your DIY store and a look for not the cheapest but the nearly cheapest toolset on the market.
With the arrival of smartphones and apps that do anything, you may be able to hold off that trip to the hardware store and just spend a little over a pound for Smart Tools.
This is an app packed with so many tools, it will take you a few hours just to get through the whole app. At the heart, the tools you will be using most are the ones to measure things. These make up the first of five app sets.
This Smart Ruler Pro app allows you to check things like Length, Angle, Slope, Level and Thread. Continuing the measure theme, the second app is Smart Measure Pro. Here you can look at things like Distance, Height, Width and Area.
These tools you will use on an almost daily basis and then the apps offer some decent alternative tools that are handy but less likely to be used. These include: Compass, Metal detector and GPS (under the Smart Compass Pro banner). There’s also a flashlight app bundled in and a sound reader app, but we couldn’t get this part of the app to work effectively.
With so much available in this app bundle you won’t care, though – this is an app that offers fantastic value for money.
Buy this app: Download the Smart Tools app now
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