Supported iOS Devices

The WISK Mobile App is currently supported on Apple devices with iOS 13:

  • iPhone (6s and higher)
  • iPad (full list here)
  • iPod Touch (7th generation, released May 28, 2019)

Please see here for a full list of iOS 13 compatible devices.

The WISK Mobile App is not currently available on Android devices.

Supported Browsers

Whether you are using a computer, tablet, or mobile device, the WISK Web Portal (web.wisk.ai) is optimized to run on Google Chrome.

Bluetooth Scale

While it is possible to take inventory with WISK by using our "Visual" mode to eye-ball the contents of an item, you can get a more accurate measurement by using one of our supported Bluetooth scales.

These Bluetooth scales connect to your iOS device and the WISK Mobile App automatically. Simply scan an item and place it on the scale. The value is then entered in the app, no manual entry required. For volume-based items, it displays the remaining volume, eliminating the need for eyeballing.

WISK supports the following Bluetooth scales:

  1. Escali Smart Connect Bluetooth Scale - Model Number SC115KS
  2. SmartLAB Kitchen Scale with Bluetooth - Model Number D36450
  3. REDMOND SkyScale - Model Number 741S-E

Please click here to see where the scales can be purchased.

Note: These scales will connect to WISK out of the box. You do not need to download the manufacturer's app to use them.

Keg Scale

Weighing your partial beer kegs provides a more accurate measurement. Any scale designed for weighing large and heavy objects can be used. These are often called Postal or Shipping Scales. We recommend the following model:

Handheld Barcode Scanners

For most clients, using the camera of the iOS device to scan barcodes is sufficient. However, there are some cases, depending on the size of the inventory, or the lighting conditions of the venue, where a handheld barcode scanner can speed up the inventory process.

The WISK app integrates with the following handheld scanners:

Socket Mobile:

To put your Socket Mobile in iOS mode please scan this barcode:

If you have trouble connecting to the iOS device reset your Socket Mobile by scanning this barcode

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