If you have never checked your automotive alignment camber at home, you probably won't be able to add much practical value to this thread; however if you have actually measured your wheel camber with sufficient accuracy at home, you almost certainly can add valuable pragmatic hints to this thread (such that we'll all learn from your experience).
I am researching whether automotive alignment camber quick checks are yet possible to a reasonable degree of accuracy using a free app on a common mobile device (either iOS or Android, both of which I own).
A search does find a variety of methods to check camber at home: https://www.google.com/search?q=check+camber+at+home where some of those articles used mobile phone apps (e.g., XXXXXX)
Here I am just asking for advice from those of you who have successfully checked your camber at home using your smartphone to measure the angles to sufficient accuracy.
To find apps which measure angles to sufficient accuracy, I have already run a variety of Google searches of the general form: 1. review best ios free app angle automotive alignment camber accurate 2. review best android free app angle automotive alignment camber accurate
Some hits from the iOS searches are as follows: A. Wheel Align for ALiSENSOR Wheel By Gloi AB https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wheel-align-for-alisensor/id513879710 B. iHandy Level Free By iHandy Inc. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ihandy-level-free/id299852753 C. Clinometer + bubble level + slope finder (3 in 1) By Peter Breitling https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/clinometer-+-bubble-level/id286215117
Some hits from the Android searches are as follows: A. Clinometer + bubble level By plaincode https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.plaincode.clinometer B. iHandy Level Free By iHandy Ltd. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ihandysoft.carpenter.level C. Angle Meter PRO By nakhon phagdeechat https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=iyok.com.anglemeterpro
The amount of useless responses to this thread can be minimized simply by asking those who don't care to or who haven't ever successfully checked their camber at home to NOT respond (they're not going to be able to tell us anything we don't already know - all they're going to do is clutter up this thread to make it harder to be useful to others).
However, if you have ever attempted to check your camber at home using a smart phone angle measuring tool, your insight, hints, and advice would be greatly appreciated (and would be generally useful to many people).