It’s now possible to turn your new iPhone’s screen into a working scale that will measure up to 385 grams (over 13 ounces and slightly less than a pound). We’ve known for awhile that Apple’s introduction of 3D touch into the iPhone 6S gave you the theoretical ability to turn your iPhone into a scale.
Additionally, can I turn my phone into a digital scale?
With a few adjustments, it’s now even possible to turn your smartphone into a mini set of scales. All you need is a suitable app, a post-it, and a resealable plastic bag (“air cushion”) to transform cellphones and tablets into scales. First, download the “Working Scale” app onto your Android device.
Considering this, how can I weigh a gram without a scale?
Get a spoon or cup that measures in grams.
The most accurate of these tools, besides scales, are spoons designed to measure grams. They will likely have both milliliters and grams listed on the handles. Spoons and cups can never be as precise as scales, but they can be used as containers and placed on scales.
How do I turn my iPhone into a scale?
Digital Scale+ is a working, functional weight scale utilising the 3D Touch capability on iPhone to measure weight. Just open the app in Safari using your iPhone with 3D Touch (iPhone 6S/7/8/X/XS ONLY) and start measuring!
Working Scale Free
This app is the Free version of the digital scale app “Working Scale made by Science With Android.” The Working Scale Free app uses your phone’s built-in sensors to measure the mass of individual objects ranging from 5 grams to 100 grams.
In fact, it’s in the Measure app, which is one of the default apps that comes pre-installed on all Apple iPhones. So first, fire up the Measure app. You should see a camera viewfinder, which is used for measuring objects. Ignore that, and tap the Level tab in the bottom left of the screen.