Digital Scale Phone App
Our mobile phones are used for so many things these days, from computer to camera, to gaming system, and now, digital scale! But how in the world do you do that?
3 Grams is a 3 in 1 Digital Scale App has a way to make this possible with their phone app. The app has 3 modes, real (which acts like a physical scale) visual (which uses your camera to calculate weight) and fake (which you pre-program).
To start, install the app on your phone. You’ll get 2 free calibration credits to start, and you can earn more credits by sharing on Facebook.
A paid Pro version is also available and gives you unrestricted access, completely ad free and you get 9999 calibration credits.
Another feature, is their Lucky Dip function, which gives users chance to win free credits by watching video ads.
Here’s how it works:
When properly calibrated, you can use your phone’s built in tilt sensors to calculate weight of objects. If calibrated properly and used correctly the app has been shown to be almost as accurate as a real digital scales. To calibrate, balance your phone on something curved or soft and then place objects to weigh on bottom of phone.
Press the calibrate button and lay the phone on a level surface. Follow the instructions to calibrate.
It is also possible to weigh larger objects. By using the phone’s camera, you can weigh larger objects with some accuracy. This requires a little DIY using common household objects, and again requires calibration.
Press the calibrate button and setup your balance apparatus. Follow the instructions to calibrate.
Features of this app include:
- Accurate Digital Scales
- Camera based Visual scales
- Fake / Prank Scales with predefined weight readings
- Simulated weight measurements
- Weight conversion screen
- Multiple units (Milligrams, grams, ounces and pounds (lb))
- Video demonstrations
- Stabilization engine
- Adjust decimal places
- Built in help documentation
- In countries where marijuana is legal you can use this as a weed scale app
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