The CRADLE White Eye Detector app helps parents detect the appearance of white
eye in pictures of their children. A white pupil can be a normal photographic
effect in pictures (like red eye, but white). White eye can also be a symptom of
multiple serious eye diseases such as retinoblasto...
A useful tool for monitoring eye health.
I have read some of the negative reviews and it seems that the issues could be resolved for the most part by adjusting the settings for the camera. I work in an ophthalmology office and unfortunately most people only get eye exams for their children when they think their vision maybe impaired and rarely get regular exams to check the health of the eyes. This app doesn’t come close to replacing those exams, but may help encourage parents to take their children in for those very important exams or at least warn them of potential problems. I have used it for several little ones and found it to be accurate but not infallible but when combined with regular exams it is a very helpful tool to monitor eye health.
I tried to contact via app support instead of writing a negative review, but was unable to contact you through that method. I updated to the most recent version, but the “buttons” do not work consistently. As soon as I push “search photos,” everything freezes. I’ve tried closing and restarting the app. I have allowed photo access. I thought y’all should know so it could be addressed. Will change my review once I am actually able to use the app properly. Thank you.
Thought a nostril was an eye and missed all white pupils
My daughter was born with a cataract. I knew I had photos of her eye before surgery with a white pupil but wanted to see how the app worked and if it saw the cataract before I did around 2 weeks. This app scanned over 10,000 photos on my phone and the only photo of her it flagged for a white pupil had both of her eyes closed. It had also decided her nostril was an eye. It’s a nice idea but there’s a lot of kinks to work out.
Great tool for parents!
I came across this app after hearing of a close friend who’s child was diagnosed with eye cancer. This is a great, free tool for parents to do an at-home test before seeing a specialist.
Good concept but...
I thought it was a great concept. Downloaded it and it found 14 images with white eye. For anyone who's a new parent, it was terrifying. Called the pedi, got in to see a specialist, my son's eyes were perfectly normal. After some research, I found out that cell phone cameras and flashes are completely unreliable and can mis-detect problems. Like I said, great concept but it instilled a unnecessary fear.
I tried the app by downloading some images of retinoblastoma and even took a screen shot of the example of white eye from the app. The app did not pick up any of the photos even when selecting them specifically. It would be a wonderful app if it were reliable.
no way to allow to access photos
tells me it cant access photos, and to go to Settings to allow it access. when you go to Settings, no setting for an app called either white eye detector or cradle can be found.
Can’t access photos
App gives me an error that I haven’t given it permission to access photos. But in Settings on my iPhone, the app isn’t listed so there doesn’t seem to be a way to allow it access.
Love the concept...
But the camera won’t even open. Nothing comes on the screen. It simply doesn’t work.
We need such apps to help everyone self-diagnose diseases
Great idea but it doesn’t work at all
The important first step to understanding your child’s state of being and possible repercussions. This apps’ importance cannot be overemphasized for any parent who has noticed optical artifacts in their child/s photos. For two weeks+ my wife (who initially took action to see if the bothersome reflection in our daughter’s right eye meant something) and I were petrified that our 5 year old daughter may have Retinoblastoma, an aggressive infantile cancer which can prevent its victim from reaching 6 years of age. Using this app, I was able to confirm the photo artifact we saw since she was an infant was in fact Leukocoria, an indicator of various possible conditions within the eye. From there, we met with our GP and his highly experienced consulting physician; they then set up an emergency appointment with an ophthalmologist, who diagnosed Myelinated Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer. We were highly relieved our daughter did not have Rb. MR-NFL is a non-fatal condition which in many cases remains undiagnosed because it does not normally affect the vision of those who have it. Occasionally, however, it extends to the retina, where it may profoundly affect visual capacity. In our daughter’s case, her right eye has 25-30% visual capacity. She has been nearly blind in one eye since birth. We are now using patching, strong prescription glasses for her hyperopia, and visual stimulation to prevent amblyopia; essentially convince her brain she can see now. This has been a deeply sobering journey; if possible I would happily trade my eye with hers. I am profoundly grateful for this app and for my wife’s alert diligence. Thank you so much Drs. Shaw & Hamerly and Baylor University!
This app is not working on camera !
My daughter has RB. We performed the scan on 900ish pictures on my phone. It found 2 pictures, one with a glare on her glasses and the other was just a sticker logo on her sunglasses. It failed to pick up on the pictures that her white eye was visible to us. The scan worked well when her pupils were dilated in a dim room but not at all in natural day lighting. We appreciate you commitment to increasing awareness! We look forward to sharing this app with other parents!
You guys are amazing!!
I just want you to know how awesome you guys are for creating this app for our world. My son was born with retinoblastoma. He inherited it from his father so we already knew there was that chance and began treatment at 9 days old. But you guys are making it possible for those who've never heard of this disease. You'll save so many eyes and lives.
Yes. CRADLE White Eye Detector is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 39 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.1/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for CRADLE White Eye Detector Is 72.4/100.
Yes. CRADLE White Eye Detector is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 39 CRADLE White Eye Detector User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for CRADLE White Eye Detector Is 72.4/100.
CRADLE White Eye Detector works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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