Geometry Pad

Geometry Pad

By Bytes Arithmetic LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-04-13
  • Current Version: 2.7.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 58.24 MB
  • Developer: Bytes Arithmetic LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 144 Ratings

Description

With Geometry Pad you can create fundamental geometric shapes, explore and change their properties, and calculate metrics. The shapes are displayed on a scrollable and zoomable workbook with a rectangular coordinate system. The following tools are built into the application: - Point, angle, line, ray, segment, perpendicular bisector, tangent, triangle, quadrilateral, polygon, regular polygon, arc, sector, circle, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola. - Tools to create medians, altitudes and bisectors in a triangle. - Tools to create special triangles and quadrilaterals: right, isosceles, equilateral, square, rectangle, parallelogram and rhombus. - Two additional ways to create an ellipse: by center, end of a major axis, and a point on the ellipse; by focus points, and a point on the ellipse. - Compass tool to plot arcs with an easily adjustable center and radius. - Pencil tool to draw freehand annotations. - Text annotations and labels with mixed-in metrics such as length, angle, perimeter, equation, etc. - Transformation tools: rotation, reflection, enlargement, translation. - Create lines and triangles with predefined parameters such as equation of a line, and angles or sides of a triangle. - Insert images into the document. Each shape has a set of customizable properties such as color, width, background, etc. Shape metrics are automatically calculated and presented along with shape properties. Some of them are editable such as point location, line length, circe radius, etc. Snapping is deeply integrated into the application. Snap-to-grid and snap-to-objects allow for precise constructions. Additionally, lines can snap to parallel, perpendicular and tangent lines. Snapping can be easily turned on/off in the quick snapping settings window. Documents can be saved to your device, iCloud or to Dropbox. Export formats include PDF and image. Your suggestions are welcomed and appreciated. Just select Feedback under the app menu and write us an e-mail.

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Reviews

  • Nice app

    5
    By giggleatafuneral
    Very useful and simple drawing app with a variety of functions, for creating shapes and measuring angles and distances. I use it all the time to design stencils for paper polyhedra.
  • Eh

    2
    By Gooeypenguin
    The features it offers for free are decent, but you have to pay almost $7 to get any useful ones. I downloaded geogebra instead and it's much better.
  • Zero functionality

    1
    By Zypsy1
    Save yourself some time and move on. You can't even draw a basic line without paying.
  • Great when it worked.

    2
    By T batt
    Warning, when using iOS 9 this app does not work. I recently upgraded to iOS 9 and now all this app does is try to open and then crash.
  • 😰

    3
    By Dragon lover 4 eva
    Doesn't work for iOS update 9
  • Bugs

    1
    By Hbsyb
    I did the software update and geometry pad isn't working it keeps on crashing! Please fix
  • Good app

    4
    By BandBRadio891
    Much better than other CADD apps for working out cabinetry details and such. However it seems to still be spotty in actual use. Sometimes the metrics will give the area of a freely shaped polygon and sometimes it won't. I can't get an area when the shape has been drawn over a map. I have to go to another app which has no problems with google maps. Over all this app works like a logical person would expect.
  • Terrible app

    1
    By Rick9581
    Everything is for purchase only
  • Easy to learn

    5
    By Ravinloonatic
    This is a good drawing app. I scrapped two other cad programs that seemed to be more sophisticated when I bought them. Im glad I paid for this one. I figured it out in one evening and feel comfy with the interface. Simple yet powerful.
  • Good start, just needs some more work

    3
    By Katie Lynn MK
    It's a good start, but I would like more points and the numbers to count by 1, so changing the number count would be nice.

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