SuperRuler

SuperRuler 5.5

Software made to measure

SuperRuler might sound like the latest piece of kit for a mathematical action hero but rest assured, it's all really straightforward. At its simplest it's a ruler on your PDA, but also packed in is a protractor and a remote measuring tool meaning that you can measure the height of a dog, a young boy, a building or whatever you want really. View full description

PROS

  • Precise on-screen display

CONS

  • Limited functions on this trial
  • Only so many cms you can fit on a screen

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SuperRuler might sound like the latest piece of kit for a mathematical action hero but rest assured, it's all really straightforward. At its simplest it's a ruler on your PDA, but also packed in is a protractor and a remote measuring tool meaning that you can measure the height of a dog, a young boy, a building or whatever you want really.

Be warned, to do this you will need your GCSE Maths and a rudimentary understanding of trigonometry. I skipped over this due to a sudden fit of nausea.

The trial is limited due to registration codes and there's only so many centimetres you can fit on the screen of a PDA, and even fewer inches.

SuperRuler is not only a ruler, but also a protractor and an interesting and useful tool for remote measurement. With the ruler function you will find a precise display of centimeters and inches on your Pocket PC.

You can test it with a real ruler and will find there is no difference. SuperRuler is also a protractor which can provide dynamic angles. Besides these, SuperRuler is a remote measurement tool which can even measure a tree's height!

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SuperRuler 5.5