Gives an accurate reading but the numbers are hard to read because they’re ghosting. It’s like two sets of numbers showing the temperature are stacked on top of each other but are a little off. It’s weird to look at.
I have long enjoyed this temperature app. I like keeping tabs on the weather where I am, and I love London. So, the late two come together each day when I check the temp here in the USA. It is very simple to use, just open the app and it does its job. Thanks.
I travel in a RV and needed a accurate thermometer to calibrate my WiFi Tempstick. It works like a charm. Now I can get accurate readings per my text for a peace of mind knowing that my doggies are not overheating while we are away.
Unable to customize my own photo into the app once putting in one photo! It will never change to another photo! This is a crap app as it reads off of weather stations & does NOT reflect the actual temperature at your location - at best it is an estimate! Don’t waste your time or money on this app!
Sometimes the temp on @ thermometer I only about 3 degrees higher. Tonight, it’s about 8 degrees more than the actual temperature. They must be using a weather station that is at a lower elevation and miles away.
This app tells you the temperature in your area. I bought it thinking it could tell me the temperature in a given room I was in, and then dumped it. If you know of an app for room temperature, let me know.
Many people complain here because the app doesn't work as a physical thermometer (even though the name of the app favors this confusion). The app won't tell you if you have a fever, it tells you the temperature in the area where you are geographically located at the time you open it. So far it's worked fine for me. It's even more accurate than the built-in Apple weather app. I don't really like the themes, but the app works fine for me.
It's hilarious that many reviewers are complaining that the app doesn't give you the inside temp. Well of course it doesn't, it's technically impossible for an app to do that unless the iPhone comes with liquid mercury inside, which is what all thermometers need to detect the current temp. People should however give this app one star because it's completely unnessecary since you can get the current outside temp in your city by clicking the weather icon on your iPhone's home screen which is something that comes by default. Plus that inbuilt app also shows a five day forecast and the daily highs and lows in addition to the current temp and has no ads. So what's the point of using this?
It does what it says. Do you REALLY think your iPhone has the hardware to tell the temperature?!!! C'mon use a brain cell. It can't tell the temperature via iPhone hardware alone so it has to get the data from somewhere that can - and it does. What's sad is that the developers try so hard to explain this to you- even in-app (outside temperature) and you still review it based on the immaculate mercury collection. I can understand kids who don't understand this concept, but if you graduated high school you should be ashamed of yourself.
This "@Thermometer" app is a strange one, but the reviewers are even stranger! The app works fine on my iPad, except for one critical problem: it gives a different temperature every time I open it. First 10 degrees too low. Then moments later, about 4 degrees too low. Then 3 degrees. No other thermometer app that I've tried has this problem. I have a message to all those who complain that this doesn't sense the ambient temperature, that it just reports it from weather stations: please don't expect software to perform what the hardware doesn't support. Apple hasn't incorporated an ambient temperature sensor in their devices. Yet. And to the reviewer who complained about this needing an Internet connection: how do you think it can communicate with the weather stations? I suppose it could use radio signals... Hmm... :)) Overall, this would be an acceptable app, if it actually gave the correct current temperature, every time. So far, it has failed 100% of the time, for me. Thus, 1 lonely star.
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