Ok so for starters this app is completely free, so if you have something bad to say don’t say it. I feel like this app has a lot of bad reviews, but that’s probably ‘cause they were paid to do that. The app for iPad Pro is amazing. It works with Apple Pencil. On iPad, your finger won’t be measured but the Apple Pencil will. You can see how much pressure your applying the Pencil to the iPad. It’s actually pretty cool, so you know not to punch too hard or too light. In conclusion, I would give this app a try. It will work for iPhones. But for iPads, you need an Apple Pencil to use it. As for the developers, good job and very unique! :) Note: I think I am the first one on this app to write a good review
Why does this even exist?
Apps can be misleading. Some, like iScale, exaggerate claims, and make up things in the description. However, iScale is special. It is so incredibly stupid, that I’m sure that the vast majority of the downloads are from people seeing how dumb it is. You only need an IQ of 12 to understand that iPhones don’t have a built in scale. For god sake, some bend if you stare at them long enough! Imagine some 10 year old trying to weigh a heavy object, or his/her self! Sure, it uses 3D Touch to measure PRESSURE on the screen, but not everything is a fingertip! There is a saying in Popular Meme Culture, “Every day, we stray further from god” Nothing justifies this more than this app. This review may seem harsh, I quite enjoy seeing and reviewing these dumb apps, so I can vent my concerns on the future of humanity. If you have or will download this app because you think it will be useful (or will work). Just dont. But, if you want to become weary about the current state of the way we technology, or have a laugh, go ahead (just don't forget to delete it later). PS: the ads every 30 seconds are also rather distracting.
Sorry, Your App Falls Short
Limiting the scale’s functionality to (undefined) capacitive objects undermines the app’s usefulness. My finger works. Yay! A coin doesn’t work, even if placed directly on the screen sans intervening paper (an insulator). That’s unfortunate bc I wanted to weigh a coin I’d purchased on eBay to help determine its authenticity. Not everything weighs one or more ounces, and although the app appears to display weights in hundredths of ounces, it would be more useful, I feel, to measure in grams. Perhaps this feature is available when downloading the app from a country that uses the metric system (“i.e., “native units” mentioned in the description). The developer, however, did not respond to my inquiry regarding measurement in grams.
Design is terrible. Not user friendly. I expected it to be a scale, and it opens up to an area where I can buy a bunch of scales. I’m not sure I understand it. I think the sign of a good app is to open it and get it right away. This felt like I just opened an advertisement, which makes me think that’s all it really was. 2 thumbs down. Shut it down.
DON’T waist your time!!
Doesn’t weigh anything except literally pressure from your fingers when pushing on the tiny “place item here” square. Unless you want to weigh the pressure/force you are pushing (with your fingers) And I know it’s “free” but still not even worth the time to download!!! I rated a “1” only because there is not a “0”(Zero)
Do nothing App
When I first downloaded it, it actually did work as a scale. Now the scale function is gone and it’s just an entire app dedicated to advertising scales. Literally. That’s all it does is tell you where to buy scales. I don’t know what happened and I don’t care. Terrible. Avoid at all costs.
Ads. Ads. Ads.
Touch the scale *AD* place something on the scale *AD* try to reweigh item *AD* finally get to use the scale without an ad popping up and......it is extremely inaccurate. This app is broken and in my opinion I suspect it is just a trap to get you to view ads so it’s creator could collect revenue.
This scale list that it is compatible with IPhone, however it is not compatible with IPhones. I’ve noticed that you MUST have 3D TOUCH on your IPhone. I’m using IPHONE XR. Maybe there is an app for 3D TOUCH.
Too many Ads & Scale didn’t work
Too many Ads! Every second a new ad pops up. The scale didn’t even work with actual objects it would only show numbers if you pressed your finger down on it. And no I didn’t get paid to write this review.
It doesn’t work, I tried to weigh a water bottle and it said it was 0 pounds. Highly unlikely that it is 0 pounds. Also waaaaay too many ads. I couldn’t even try to weigh something because I kept getting ads.
Not worth the time.
Downloaded the scale, tested it. It doesn’t register any weight, the app will only send you to push marketing ads. Don’t waste your time, or your memory on your iPhone. It simply isn’t worth it.
Too inconsistent and not too reliable
Not very reliable tried to get it to measure in grams but no reliable results
Stoners avoid this one
It won’t sense the ganja! What heresy is this?!?!? How did Californians mess that part up especially since it’s a kinda a legal thing there anyways.... lol i can’t blame apple... but good attempt at a scale. Just try again.
It doesn’t weigh anything correctly and besides that you get nothing other than pop up as bad as Anets it’s total nonsense and bull crap don’t waste your time
I try using it and it only goes up to 20 oz. When I’m finished using it ads pop up I don’t recommend this app
Yes. iScale: Kitchen Scale is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 3,981 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.1/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for iScale: Kitchen Scale Is 40.6/100.
Yes. iScale: Kitchen Scale is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 3,981 iScale: Kitchen Scale 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 iScale: Kitchen Scale Is 40.6/100.
iScale: Kitchen Scale 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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