1.5
185 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Description:
Use the i-Seeing app to work with smartphone microscope lens as an microscopic tool to observe tiny objects and record digital micrographs with your Phone!

Features:
Capture of photos with tiny objects as you do with sophisticated optical microscope
Scale bar for objects measurement which can be toggled on/off
Automatic recording of shooting date and time
Allow you to add notes to your picture
Direct sharing of photos with email, message..

Attach the smartphone microscope lens to your Phone and convert it into a convenient portable microscope. Capture and save micrographs. Zoom in on photos and tag pictures with comments. Access your photos from your i-Seeing app, email them to your computer and colleagues.

Hardware Requirements:
Smartphone microscoep lens (e.g. iMICROSCOPE, iMICROSCOPE R, Fingertip Microscope iMicro C and iMicro Q etc.)
Smartphone running Android 5.0 or newer version

Read more on www.mobile-scope.com
Updated on
Jul 18, 2024

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No data collected
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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

1.5
178 reviews
Bill Moffitt
June 17, 2021
The microscopes are amazing, but the app is second-rate. Only one magnification button appears on screen - it's either "full zoom" (which is very noisy) or nothing. Furthermore, there's no way to turn the zoom off except to kill the app. And the handiest feature, the on-screen ruler, is useless. Instead of showing a ruler with standard increments, it makes the ruler the same length on the screen with the hash marks in the same place and makes the increments arbitrary.
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Kat Maye
May 19, 2021
I have the imicro Q2 and C. The C works great with the app, though I wish the Q2 had some more thorough instructions. I'm not quite getting clear images yet. The app itself is fine till you try to download or share your image. There's no way I've found to get it off the app except for a screenshot. The download option errors out and the share option doesn't have apps I've ever heard of. It needs work, but I can see the potential. The hardware works, so they just need to fix the software.
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Lillian Baldwin
June 27, 2021
So far, not great. Using a microscope phone thing is going to be mega-fiddly, that's fine, I get that. The problems I have are as follows: 1) I can't work out where it saves things to. I tried to save the pictures I took to my phone, it said "Saved to Camera Roll", but I can't seem to find that anywhere. 2) Asks for confirmation before deleting a picture - but selecting cancel still deletes it! Edit: Three months later, no change. Uninstalled.
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