This app is amazing. Really helps me with learning my Crystal collection 💗
An auspicious app for me - immensely informative and suggestive, for newcomers and seasoned crystals users/lovers
Ok I’m a picky person but I’m like nine yrs old but my dad let me get it and I love it! So for the review I give it 5/5
90% of the scans are correct. I would like to see a feature where you can upload a photo for a comparison diagnostic.
Easy place to keep all my Crystal knowledge at the tip of my fingers
Scanned 5 crystals, got 1/5 correct. 1/5 stars.
So I tried this app for a week, and I could take a picture of one gemstone and come up with when identification and then take the picture again and it would give me a completely different identification. Very rarely was it consistent. This is not very reliable. The explanation of each gemstones and its properties is great but it needs work on identifying properly.
Gem pal helps me figure out what all my mystery box crystals are and how I can use them. You do not need a subscription to use this app, but if you so choose you can get one. This is my go to Crystal search place.
I got two different results for the same object, which is made of hematite, and both were inaccurate. The app first said it was aegerine, which is nowhere near right. Then it said it was magnetite, the most magnetic mineral in nature. The object is not magnetic in the least. The third result was magnetite again. All photos were taken in three different types of lighting on two different backgrounds. I had high hopes for this app, but I can’t even adjust lighting or conditions to rephotograph the object in hopes it would finally hit accurately because it’s limited to three tries per day. I’ve seen the developers’ replies to other reviewers suggesting the reviewers were simply wrong about their own gemstones, but the app is simply not accurate.
Suggestion to allow users to add crystals with photos/descriptions that are not offered in the app.