Changing scale °C to °F on mobile devices
TomSlavkovsky API developers last edited by Simona Polackova
We are getting many questions that people are unable to change scale units on their mobile devices. However, it is very simple.
Just click on Menu, it's the yellow icon on the right-hand side. Consequently, scroll to the bottom to the setting tab. Here you can very easily change units from metric to imperial.
Alternatively, check the video above.
@TomSlavkovsky perhaps you should change the icon to a gear and the title to “settings”. It would make it a little more obvious.
mindycomstock last edited by
Tried doing that. Still in Celsius
speedchanges last edited by
Agree - After doing as described, still in Celsius.
wickringard last edited by
On my iPhone, on the app, I finally found settings (icon under the Home iconas I recently learned). I then scrolled down (also not obvious). I changed from C to F and it automatically asked me to log-in, which I did and the switch stuck. I know I am forgetting something, but the key, in addition to being logged in (on the app on your iPhone!), is to scroll all the way down in Settings to find Save (in red, not grayed out). I did first log into the website, but noticed it was already set to F. Not sure if just then logging into the app made the difference (since settings are supposedly in the cloud) or if actual saving on the app while logged into the app did it.
Wolff Yesenia last edited by
I was able to locate preferences for the app on my iPhone (icon under the Home iconas I recently learned). After that, I went to the bottom of the page (also not obvious). The setting was easy to modify; I just went from C to F, and after being prompted to check in, the new setting took effect immediately. I'm sure I'm missing something obvious, but if you're already logged in (on the app on your iPhone! ), the last step is to find Save by scrolling all the way down under Settings (in red, not grayed out). I did first access the site, but found that the temperature had been pre-set to Fahrenheit. I'm unsure if it was simply logging into the app (as app settings are ostensibly stored in the cloud) or saving app changes while signed into the app that performed the trick.
Korina Administrator last edited by
@Wolff-Yesenia Hello, you are mostly likely talking about different application. Our unit settings are located in the side menu in the Settings.
To change the temperature scale from Celsius to Fahrenheit on iOS devices, go to Settings > General > Language & Region > Temperature Unit > Fahrenheit. On Android devices, go to Settings > System > Languages & input > Languages > Add a Language > English (United States) > Set as default > Temperature unit > Fahrenheit. More if you cannot understand through it then you do not need to worry about it.