Product: MyReaderNumber
Top Line: EyeQue, a leader in at-home vision testing, is introducing a first-of-its-kind smartphone app called MyReaderNumber that offers AR technology vision testing for presbyopia.
Close Up: The MyReaderNumber app delivers personalized measurements for both near reading distance and mid-distance (computer use) that are customized based on the user’s age and distance preference. The app can be used to determine the magnification needed for smartphone, reading, and computer use which enables the user to purchase over-the-counter (OTC) readers that best fit the individual’s needs, according to EyeQue. Using patent-pending, AR-based technology, the user simply captures two distances using their front-facing camera and sees results instantly. Users can then purchase over-the-counter reading glasses through local retailers, online stores, and also share the NVadd results with their doctors. 
“Many people struggle with finding the right readers for their personal use. The MyReaderNumber app offers people the freedom to see clearly and pursue what's important in their lives. This first-of-its-kind technology is delightfully easy to use and was developed using tried-and-tested optometry principles that delivers personalized results that are custom to the individual,” said John Serri, PhD., co-founder and CEO of EyeQue. “As EyeQue continues to expand access to vision care with our innovative technology, we look forward to introducing new products and services this year to stay on top of your eye health and help you see your best—all from your couch.”
Vital Stats: The app has a $2.99 one-time download on the App Store (iOS only; available for iPhone X and newer) and can be shared with many users at no additional cost using Guest mode.
EyeQue’s new MyReaderNumber app is patent-pending and registered with the FDA as a class I medical device with 510(k) exemption. It will be available on the App Store on February 1, 2022. To learn more, visit and book a demo at