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Not good UI, the webview for application integrations is not keyboard avoiding making it hard to sign in, it vibrates evey time you swap tabs, the scroll view goes behind the tab making it look a mess, other UI elements do not modernize when the data has changed ok in the. These are mostly thinga that have been done intentionally! There is no back/undo option when doing the mood tracking. This is less than 5 mins of using the app.
I paid for premium and used it everyday for 6 weeks. This application has potential but it's just not ready yet. Pros: + Amazing UX with intriguing visuals + Mostly brings all of your health stats into one put + Mood tracking was useful Cons: - Not enough integrations. One sleep tracker, one scale, one melody app, no diet apps. - Integrations it does have are incomplete. Garmin only gets steps (incorrectly) but not workouts or sleep. - For a little company, they don't answer to customer service at all. I really wanted this to be what it promises. At some point it might be, but right now this application just doesn't come close enough to its aspirations.
$70 bucks a year for what? Steps, accurate from fitbit, heart rate seems accurate, cycling from strava works 50% of the time. Sleep data wildly inaccurate, locations this is the part that @#$%es me off the most. Does the application even use my GPS. Works fine with everything else. Not gryochoke. Travel maps look drawn by a 3rd grader and an Etch a sketch. Locations have me 4 miles away when I'm sleeping in bed. If this application @#$%!5 I'd still be pissed. Developers should be ashamed. IPhone only app. No android device
It's amazing but there are some issues. It won't take heart beats from anything else but fitbit or garmin. While it can take steps from Google fit, it won't take heartbeats from Google fit. I had multiple crashes. Still haven't bought Pro since im on the fence. If they add integrations with more apps (mii band perhaps) and fix crashes I'll buy Pro.
It looks promising but it's actually not very useful. It collects some data from some apps, but not all data. So you may need to connect several apps or input data manually. It doesn't connect with Wear OS smartwatches! Pro ver ia stupidly expensive - not unlike most apps of this kind.
in the midst of all the privacy concerns going on I am unclear why it's asking for so a lot of access. e.g. my mates list, facebook photos? unless a use case specifically asks for it an option to not provide is hidden I inside. I'm out for privacy concerns. otherwise seems fine.
Its so useless and not even worth using anymore. I can track sleep and i can track my moods but to save the weeks or months of items that i do it won't even save into my Google Images like it used to. I love being able to share my progress with mates but i can no longer do that because it won't allow me.
Needs integration with fitness bands and intelligent watches. Especially Mi Fit which is one of the most affordable one in the market. The look and feel is beautiful amazing and is amazing to track all the activities in one put but is definitely not worth spending money. Majority features are behind the paywall. Also the rescue time integration data is very hard to search on the website. Needs better ways to add manual data (now that Runkeeper is a pro feature) like a widget. Places: Needs better ways to correct wrong data tracked due to GPS misbehaviour. No method to correct kms between areas
Amazing concept, but poorly executed. Today I went on a 10 mile hike. At the peak I had a mobile signal. There was no option or detection of adding a put or visit. Interface is clunky even with pro version. I even uploaded the hike to 3 various sources, strava, garmin, and google fit. Yet, despite it saying connected to source, fails to sync and present my hike on Gyroscope. In addition, it shorted me on steps by about 5,000. This application has no practicality for me without seamless syncing, perhaps it's better on iphone? But for android device its unusable. I cancelled the subscription after the 1st day.
The application connects with my Garmin Connect account. Garmin counts a certain number of steps for me every day. Gyroscope consistently reports significantly fewer steps than Garmin does. Why? I don't know. But if I can't trust it to accurately report a number it's getting from a3rd party (who gets it right), it's hard trusting it for anything else. I love the charts--they're attractive and well-conceived--but is there data they're displaying actually reliable?
Interesting concept but a work in progress. Not sure why they don't integrate workout information from Google Fit (only weight logging) and an integration with Google Maps would work a lot better than their Zone Tracking which is super all over the place. Will see how it does on my holidays across Western Canada and decide whether to buy Pro or delete after a month of use.
Beautiful awesome interface and graphs dot on what is significant. Liked the steps integration as it has lots of choices. Picks up meditation from healthkit. If integration with dalio for mood and for lifecycle for location is allowed it would be excellent. locations from beta suck for location. It could have done a better job. Seriously lifecycle is awesome for tracking where you have been without much input.
This has a lot of potential. For me the drawbacks are the high pricing. I think 2,99 $ that is more reasonable. Considering you wish to build a network and social community. Furthermore there need to be more integrations. Sleep as Android device is one of them.
The UI is great, but the lack of integration with Samsung Health is a bummer. The Google fit is a joke, unfortunately. Moves isn't working for me at all, it counts ≈60-160 steps a day) I would definitely be a paying member and gladly ordered your yearly report books, if I could obtain all data I track in it. So for now on Android device it's a long method to go for a amazing user experience.
Very slick and neat looking UI, but lacks intuitive UX - flows are very confusing and difficult to navigate. For this category of the app, some very necessary features and functionality is missing such as custom moods and mood notes/diary, calories & meal tracking, custom goals. For its price, it also should have much more integrations, e.g. MyFitnessPal, Headspace, Todoist, etc.
I like the app, I got the PRO version, but the google fit integration could be better. Some of the features I expected based on info I found online were discontinued (heart rate from Google Fit). The best for me would be to have full S Health integration, instead of using other apps for transfer to fit. Edited: One star added after integration
The sleep tracking is really poorly done on the android device ver of this application Update: after a few more days trying, I'm going to unsubscribe from Pro and stop using this app, it looks like all the integrations are broken, none of the data from Moves comes across, Sleep Cycle isn't reporting anything, and Fitbit doesn't input *anything* into the Application - it's been like this for about a week now, on a brand fresh Samsung Note 8 and Fitbit Alta HR.