The widespread adoption and use of mobile technologies are opening new and innovative ways to improve health and health care delivery. As a result, mobile applications (apps) are helping people manage their own health and wellness, promote healthy living, and gain access to useful information anywhere and anytime. These tools are being adopted almost as quickly as they can be developed. The fast-paced digital industry and the slow-paced healthcare industry continue to collide, bringing disruptive change to the market. The mobile health – known as mHealth – app market has been growing steadily over the last few years with the adoption of new technologies, new business models and new workflows that are transforming healthcare. According to research related to the industry, there are now over 318,000 health apps available on the top app stores worldwide, nearly double the number of apps available in 2015 – with more than 200 apps being added each day.
By far, one of the revolutionary contributions made in the field of eye health applications is the new Lens Scanner app. Bespectacled people today barely have time to keep visiting an eye clinic just to check their current eyeglasses prescription. Also, these eye check-ups not only consumes their time and patience but also their money.
However, it is now possible to overcome these issues and to get your current prescription for glasses from the comfort of your home for free. How? SmartBuyGlasses, one of the biggest online eyewear retailer has recently introduced its virtual eye clinic, Lens Scanner – powered by 6 over 6. Now you can easily obtain your present eyeglasses prescription online and also buy eyeglasses online without moving an inch away.
The app has reimagined all fundamental optometric tools and fitted them into a smartphone, enabling a complete and accurate measurement of the refractive error of the eye as well as a pupillary distance for eyeglasses and contact lens prescription, using the software.
How does it work?
The process is very easy. You just require 4 things:
- A smartphone with the Lens Scanner app downloaded that you can find the Apple store and Google play store.
- A laptop or computer (with a 12” screen or larger)
- Your current pair of prescription eyeglasses
- A standard size magnetic card
Once you have these 4 things ready, you are all set to go! Are you curious about how it works? Through the manipulation of light coming from your PC digital screen and thanks to the magnetic part of your card, the app is able to retrieve the optical parameters of your current eyeglasses.
This free app is very user-friendly as it provides step by step instructions to ensure that you get your current eyeglasses prescription just in few minutes. Once the app has finished scanner your lenses, it would provide you a fully and ready to use eyeglasses prescription.
You won’t need to visit the optician’s anymore – you can head to SmartBuyGlasses.com to find the perfect pair of prescription glasses or sunglasses. The website will automatically redirect you to the designer eyeglasses section of the website where you can purchase prescription eyeglasses online from various brands such as Ray-Ban, Gucci, Tommy Hilfiger, Burberry and many more. SmartBuyGlasses saves your glasses prescription to add automatically to any glasses you’d like to purchase – just select your product, click on your prescription and checkout.
With this easy step by step process, you will get your glasses prescription along with a pair of designer eyeglasses online right from the comfort of your couch, using the Lens Scanner app.
What are the benefits of using Lens Scanner?
One of the best things about the Lens Scanner app is that you will save time and money by having your vision errors details checked instantly. The app is indeed completely free of charge and thanks to its technology you will obtain your prescription in a fast way, without incurring in any hassle.
Being a digital tool, this new app can be used anywhere and anytime as well. On top of all those benefits, the FDA has already listed the Lens Scanner as a safe and effective mobile medical app.
This post was last modified on July 25, 2019 2:14 PM