What's My Vertical‪?‬ 4+

Measure Your Vertical Jump

Andreas Rauh

Designed for iPad

    • $1.99



The "What's My Vertical? - Vertical Jump Analyzer" app is the perfect companion for every basketball player. Use your iPhone to measure your vertical jump using video analysis and find out how high you need to jump to make a dunk with the Dunk Calculator.

Vertical Jump Analyzer: Using the Slo-Mo feature of the camera app, you can shoot a video of a vertical jump and measure the vertical jump height using video analysis. Measurement is very easy and more accurate than a jump-and-reach test. This way you can easily keep track of your progress during your vertical jump training.

Dunk Calculator: Find out how high you need to jump to make a dunk. Put in your standing reach or height and the app will calculate the vertical jump height you need.

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What’s New

Version 1.1.5

Improved for iOS 12

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

LeJeuneJ_150274 ,

Good App But Needs Work

This is a solid, quick and dirty tool to roughly measure vertical jump. I find that when it works (though I am not comparing to a measurement with actual equipment), the results seem accurate and just about what I’d expect.

The issue for me is in the video playback, where you tell the app when you takeoff and land, it stutter constantly. The goal is to pinpoint using a high framerate, slow motion video when your feet leave the ground and land again, but this is sometimes impossible when the playback stutters past these two points. I’ll be skipping through a video frame by frame to snag that exact moment the feet leave the ground and sometimes the video will skip several frames for no apparent reason, making that video useless. This appears to be an issue with the app, as the video is in 240FPS and shows no stutter during playback on iPhone.

Any fix or rationale for this bug would be greatly appreciated. Other than this issue, the app is very good for what it is, but rendering videos useless due to stuttering frames is a pretty fundamental problem.

germain.tyler ,


I followed the directions exactly but the video for some reason wouldn’t work properly inside the app. I double checked to make sure the original video was right and shot with the correct frame rate and it was, but when inside the app the video seemed to jump from slow motion to normal frame rate, causing the app to miss my takeoff. I wish I hadn’t paid $1.99.

jehchsbdufjdbshch ,

Not accurate

Not accurate

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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