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by 3pMaster ltd
by 3pMaster ltd
Looking for a clean, minimalistic, easy-to-use and beautiful inclinometer for you off-road or urban adventures? 3pLevel is the app for you!!3pLevel also supports Apple Watch!!!... and if you have an iPad, consider to buy 3pLevel Pro.With 3pLevel you can: - control you inclination (rolling and pitching) - control the maximum inclination reached (rolling and pitching) - reset the maximum inclination (double tap on the inclinometer) - choose between images and degrees representation - customise the inclinometer views with your own car... or whatever car/image you want! - choose the color that better fit your car or iPhone/iPod - work in both portrait and landscape mode - lock the screen orientation (landscape or portrait) - calibrate the inclinometer based on your current "inclination status" - enable/disable the local notification to be notified on the Apple Watch (only on iPhone 5 and higher) - set up visual and audio alarms based on inclination thresholds or rapid inclination variations - be assisted by our tutorial and contextual help from all the relevant screens. If you have an Apple Watch, you can do much all of the following, directly from your wrist: - get notified when the inclination goes over the limits set in the app settings - get notified when the inclination changes more quickly than the limits set in the app settings - check the inclination (rolling and pitching) - check the maximum inclination reached (rolling and pitching) - enable the measurement of the maximum inclination - calibrate the inclination - reset the maximum inclination 3pLevel is not enough? You might want to check our other apps for your off-road adventures.You experienced an issue or you want to share with us a suggestion on how we could improve our apps? Tell us via support (at) 3pmaster.com or directly within the app (from the settings view).Thanks: Thanks to icons8.com for several icons (http://icons8.com). Thanks to Alice & Flavia for their patience.