In this article I take you through how to use both our iOS and Android mobile applications.

After downloading the app on either iOS or Android, we take you through a quick tutorial on how to use Fakespot on your mobile device, as the use of our apps is rather unique.

iOS

To get started on iOS, first install our Fakespot for iOS app.

During the guide that you get when you first launch the app, we walk you through you how to add Fakespot to your action buttons. Here's a video of setting up the Fakespot action button:

After setting up your action button, you can use Fakespot very quickly and easily on any of our supported websites, on both their websites and mobile applications.

Analyzing directly from mobile browsers

To analyze any page directly from your browser, look for the following icons on your phone to get find the action button you've just set up:

Analyzing from other mobile applicationsĀ 

To analyze from any of our supported websites' corresponding apps, you must look for the Share button within their applications. The share button looks like this:

After hitting the share button, it will prompt your action button.

Android

To get started on Android, first install our Fakespot for Android app.

Android does not require you to set up your action button like it does on iOS. Instead, you can immediately start using the Analyze with Fakespot from your mobile browser on any of our supported websites and their corresponding applications.

Analyzing directly from mobile browsers

To analyze any page directly from your browser, look for the three-dot icon on your mobile browser. After tapping the three-dots, look for a "Share" button, and open that option. You should see the "Analyze with Fakespot" option within your share options now!

Analyzing directly other mobile applications

To analyze from any of our supported websites' corresponding apps, you must look for the Share button(s) within their applications. The share button(s) look like this:

After tapping the share button it will prompt the share menu, where you can now find the "Analyze with Fakespot" button.

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