EyeNote is a mobile device application to denominate Federal Reserve Notes (U.S. paper currency) as an aid for the blind or visually impaired to increase accessibility. Users can have the denomination of a note scanned and communicated back to the user.
EyeNote features continuous scanning. The scanning shall commence once the application has loaded and will denominate the currency.
EyeNote version 3.0 works on the iPhone 5, 5S and greater, the 4th Generation iPod touch and greater, and iPad 2 and greater.
This application does not authenticate a note as either real or counterfeit. Please refer to the license agreement on the iTunes App Store.
EyeNote version 3.0 is 64-bit and compatible with iOS 11.
Ratings and Reviews
I need three hands
I think it is cool how it reads the note so quickly. I haven’t tested it in the field yet but practicing at home makes me realize I need a third hand. It’s hard to manipulate the bills and hold the phone at the same time. Still is probably good for organizing bills in the home before leaving for shopping.
I read the reviews and downloaded the app. It works automatically when accessed. And keeps scanning to let you know what you have in front of you! Very nice! Free! I have the iPhone 5s, which can read my fingertips worth anything, but this? Totally cool!
Good for the blind
Works fairly well for what it does, but absolutely useless for any fully sighted person.
- Bureau of Engraving and Printing
- 18.4 MB
Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese
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- © 2010 BEP
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.