Ejuice Calculator for iPhone?

Hi! Has anyone a high recommended eLiquid calculator they could recommend for iOS? I love eJuice Me Up on my laptop but would be great to have it or something very similar on my iPhone to make it more portable. TIA :smile:

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Ejuice related app is not allowed in app store, so use ELR or similar in the browser.

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Have apple allowed vape apps again? I didn’t know that.

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LOL sorry, it was a typo, should have said NOT :smiley:

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Thanks lads. Appreciate it. As a matter of interest, why doesn’t Apple allow vape apps?

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Because Apple is a nanny that has to protect their users against any possible harm that might be.

However, when i read about it, there was no clear comment on the matter from Apple, so it is guesswork.

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Interestingly enough, there is (or at least was) an ohms law calculator app for iPhone (can’t verify that it still exists in the store because android)

This one apparently has a calculator but again, can’t check it out:

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Ohms law calculator doesnt really have to be vape related though.

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That is absolutely true :slight_smile:

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Got a ohms law app this weekend for my iPhone. It was free. For me eliquid recipes is all I need. Well along with steam engine.

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There’s vape tool, it’s available for android, but maybe it’s also available for iPhone -fingers crossed lol-

It’s actually for coil building but it has a built in ejuice calculator and recipe storage etc. Even the free version includes it, if you don’t want to pay for it.

I’m just throwing that info out here, Maybe it’s available on iPhone, if not just ignore me :wink:

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Thanks so much! What’s the name of the app?

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Thank you :):hugs:

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I think he is referring to the one called “vape tool” which got everything from ohms calculator to recipe calculator: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stasbar.vape_tool&hl=en

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This is one reason why I prefer Android devices. :smirk:
If by chance you have Android available to you one of the better calculators on the Play Store is called Liquix.

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That’s the one :slight_smile:

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Has ELR ever made their Juice Calculator (the one here) available as a Windows App that would hopefully still work perfectly with Windows 10? I like the one here and have some recipes in it, but an offline app would be very handy! That way, I could use it on my PC or Laptop even if I don’t have Internet.

Just a suggestion: The ability to download my recipes, and really any ones I find here that I’m interested in Adapting, would be truly great. Thanks

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