Scales Simulator

Scales Simulator

Here we have another simulator application – Scales Simulator. This time this simple program will try to simulate electronic kitchen scales. As you can see there isn’t that much content in this free Android app so no wonder Scales Simulator is a small-sized software program.

Well, we got it installed in less than a minute and then we were presented with something like kitchen scales. Press the screen with your finger and then the scales will give you a number back but it does not say if the number is grams, kilograms, pounds, ounces – nothing! In addition no matter what we did the reading was always in the 20-somethings. We also tried to “weigh” various other small-sized objects but the app did not read them at all.

Do we need to say more? Scales Simulator is clearly an app that will bring you fun for a minute or two and this is it. Well, it has some usage – you can now show your children what kitchen scales are without risking your real ones. Apart from that, do not expect much out of Scales Simulator – it is what it is.

You can take a look at this app here on Google Play.

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