iHandy Carpenter
iHandy Carpenter
1.83

5.0

iHandy Carpenter free download for Mac

iHandy Carpenter1.83

13 December 2009

The lightest, prettiest and most handy carpenter tool kit.

Overview

iHandy Carpenter is the lightest, prettiest and most handy carpenter tool kit in the world, right on your iPhone! What you will have in the tool kit:

  • A plumb bob, the easiest way for you to verify the verticality of lines or walls
  • A surface level, the best tool to level any flat surface
  • A bubble level bar, exactly as you can see in carpenter tool kit shops, and more beautiful!
  • A steel protractor, measuring angles from 0 to 180 degrees, both clockwise and counter-clockwise
  • A steel ruler, support both inches and centimeters
  • Once calibrated, the plumb bob, surface level and level bar can also be used as an inclinometer by reading the angles on the screen.

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1 Reviews of iHandy Carpenter

5
Stevehops
03 February 2009
Version: 1.5

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This is one the handiest apps on my iPhone. Really a set of five apps, so the $2.00 price is a bargain. If you ever need to hang a picture or level a pool table, this is the app for you. Also a fun way to show off the motion sensor on the phone. I wish the ruler moved, but there must be some technical hurtle, because the other ruler programs that do move all state "accurate witin one inch." That's not really acceptable for most projects, so I can see why the creator chose to make it fixed.
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5
Stevehops
03 February 2009
Version: 1.5
This is one the handiest apps on my iPhone. Really a set of five apps, so the $2.00 price is a bargain. If you ever need to hang a picture or level a pool table, this is the app for you. Also a fun way to show off the motion sensor on the phone. I wish the ruler moved, but there must be some technical hurtle, because the other ruler programs that do move all state "accurate witin one inch." That's not really acceptable for most projects, so I can see why the creator chose to make it fixed.
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