Digital Scale+ (iOS, 3D Touch)

Digital Scale+ – 3D Touch Weight Scale for iPhone

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Developer: Wern Jie
Latest Version: 1.0.1

This app ONLY supports:
– iPhone 6S (regular & Plus)
– iPhone 7 (regular & Plus)
– iPhone 8 (regular & Plus)
– iPhone X
– iPhone XS (regular & Max)

*The iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone 6 and older, iPhone SE, iPhone XR, iPhone 11 and later, are NOT supported, as they do not have 3D Touch.

Description:

Digital Scale+ is a weight scale utilising the 3D Touch capability to measure weight. Just open the app in Safari using your iPhone with 3D Touch (iPhone 6S/7/8/X/XS) and start measuring! Note that the item you weighed must be detected by the touch screen, just like a finger, in order to register a weight.

This 3D touch scale can measure to a max accuracy of ±10g, so hope you enjoy!

Since Apple does not allow scale apps into the App Store, you can try out the app online.

To measure the weight of an object, place something on the screen that can be registered as a touch. If it can’t be registered, you can place a spoon on the screen, tare the weight and place the object on the spoon. You can tare the weight by touching the weight label.

If you have changed your 3D Touch sensitivity before, please change it in this app’s settings.

If you found the scale isn’t as accurate as expected (±20g), or it isn’t working well, you may send some feedback.

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21 comments on “Digital Scale+ (iOS, 3D Touch)”

  1. This app did not working on i phone x.
    Its just work only with finger touch i put lighter and cigarettes but it did not show any weight.
    Lol its just detect weight of finger touch. +\- 480.

    1. Hi Newboren,

      The app is working as intended. If you read the instructions and description carefully, it would have mentioned that you can only place “capacitive items” (i.e. they conduct electricity) on screen to measure its weight. Lighters and cigarettes do not conduct electricity.

      It has also mentioned that if you want to measure a “non-capacitive item”, like lighters, just use a metal spoon and tare its weight, then place the object (in this case the lighter) on the spoon to measure the object’s weight.

      Hope this helps, and do remember to read the instructions next time!