Best Spirit Level


Description of App: 

Best Spirit Level is a gorgeous looking app that will turn your iPhone or iPod touch in to a spirit level!This is not a gimmick, it uses your iPhone/iPod touch accelerometer to direct the bubble within the spirit level.It works just like a normal spirit level. This version also includes sounds and calibration facility to help you get the perfect balance.So add some more functionality to your iPhone or iPod touch today, with this handy spirit level!Features:

  • Fully functional digital level.
  • Measure ring, Make you more convenient measurement.
  • Measure the level of surface.
  • Can be calibrated and will be saved automatically. 
  • calibrating function, making precise measurements possible
  • horizontal measurement
  • vertical measurement
  • measurement on inclined surfaces of 45 degrees
  • Display more accurate angles to one tenth of a degree
  • Retina Support
  • Set your own Zero
  • Change Treshhold
  • Switch axis
  • Disable/enable sound which beats faster the closer to zero you are
  • Hold/Freez

Perfect for:

  • aligning shelves
  • putting up furniture
  • wall hangings
  • any other home improvement projects!

Enjoy this handy tool!

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



Free or Paid: 


Device(s) App Was Tested On: 


Accessibility Comments: 

This app makes a sharp repeating clicking noise when the phone is level and placed on its side with the home button to the left. Dull clicks sound as the phone gets further from level. Voiceover speaks the number indicating the distance from level you are at, with 0.0 being level. However, it doesn't speak when the number changes, only when you touch it. The only button spoken is a single 1 which toggles between hold and release. Based on the app description, I suspect there other buttons which are not being recognized by voiceover. However, I still think this is a cool app and, at $1, its a lot cheaper than an accessible level.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.