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Test your vision from home and get new eyeglasses with the results. The EyeQue VisionCheck app requires the EyeQue VisionCheck optical smartphone attachment.

• Measure your refractive error, i.e. your nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism
• Results are EyeGlass Numbers – the same format as a prescription and can be used to order glasses from select online retailers
• Results also include your estimated near-vision add (NV ADD+), needed to purchase reading or progressive glasses.
• Securely store and access your digital vision records at your convenience – in app or online at eyeque.com
• Get personalized vision reports
• Measure your pupillary distance (PD) by wearing the PDCheck frames (included with purchase of VisionCheck)

What’s New

Version 1.0.7

big fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

rdterrel ,


It takes getting used to. Early in the testing it asks to remove glasses. Then you can’t read some of the instructions.

How to go back and redo a previous test if the finish button is accidentally pressed.

There is an on/off slider below the device. The purpose is not documented.

During testing, instructions say to focus the untested eye on a distant object. With no glasses on, focusing on a distant object means the bars can’t be seen.

Developer Response ,


The slider below device is to enable or disable the alignment aid which will help you see the two lines while looking inside of the VisionCheck. The reason that you need to remove your glasses is so that we can properly measure your eyes. With your glasses on you'll be just measuring to your current correction. You only need to remove your glasses when take the test. All the way up to that point you can leave your glasses on. Also, make sure that your sound is turned on so that you can hear the audio prompts that will guide you through testing process. The lines will be blurry without your glasses and depending on how much correction you need will determine how blurry the lines are. When you are taking the test, focusing on an object in the distance with your other eye will lessen your accommodation. When you are trying to find the line you can close the other eye, but then when you find them you need to leave your eyes open so you don't adjust your measurements. We do have a breadth of knowledge on our FAQs on our website as well as tips and tutorials for you. Our support team would be more than happy to help you with further tips on taking the perfect test. Just contact support@eyeque.com with your questions.

Toolbert ,

Faster testing than the original

I’ve been using the original Personal Vision Tracker for the last year and a half with great results and I’m happy to finally try the upgraded device. While the VisionCheck itself took me sometime to get used to, the results have been the same as I received on the Personal Vision Tracker; I can get them much quicker now. I was a little confused on why I have to connect through the app, but it works without issue. I like that the PDCheck app is integrated into this app, but I do miss some of the testing data being available within the app itself. It’d be nice to know if I’m doing well or not.

chang3d ,

Inaccurate Results

First, the screen not keeping on during the eye check is really annoying. My phone auto-dims after 20 seconds. Sometimes it takes longer to even see the second line. And since we're pressing buttons on the device and not our screens, this is really annoying.

Second, I'm using an iPhone XR. I don't know if it's my phone model, but my "3 tests" results here quite a bit off from the examinations over the last decade at Opthalmology/optometry places.

Third, Sometimes I don't even see a second line unless I angle the device a wee bit off, which again leads to the question, is it my phone model?

Developer Response ,

Dear User,

Thank you for your review and comments; I want to address your concerns with the application. First, we are working on leaving the screen on, but in the meantime you will either need to take your iPhone out of low power mode or increase the display time in your settings. If you have your phone in low power mode, the screen will automatically dim within 15 seconds and turn off within 30. Since we are no longer having the user tap buttons on the screen, the phone isn't registering a touch that would keep it on. We do hope to have an update to address this soon.

When the app was first released we did have an issue with the iPhone Xr, but this has since been corrected. You should receive normal testing results. If you haven't contacted our support team just yet, please do so we can verify your account and testing data.

Addressing your last question, this is not your model of phone, but alignment with the slits at the top of the VisionCheck. If you move the device a wee bit to the right or left without tilting it, you should be able to see the lines just fine. If your pupils are not aligned you will not see the line within the tube as you normally would. Please reach out to our support team so we can help you further.


EyeQue Corporation
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Health & Fitness

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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