For Android its horrible After spending days trying to connect the scale to my wireless network and to my phone and using it for 1 week here is what i dislike: 1. I cannot believe we are in 2015 and there is an apps that is this horrible!!! I mean the scale look fancy and work good but the app, I think was developed over night...bad readings, multiple sync errors, weird readings popping on the screen 2. You just do not know how to make another user on another phone it is not explaing what so ever 3. Bluetooth would've been better
HS3 Scale Will pair with two Samsung galaxy S4s and iPad however when launch the app to log a reading via blutooth neither my Vitals nor the My Vitals 2.0 apps will connect to the scale. Worthless for what I need it to do.
How totally useless. After eventually getting the app up & running, which was a challenge at best, (Particularly frustrating for an IT consultant of 24 years), it was at first frustrating having to cycle thru the weight pages repeatedly to get the data to update. Now it doesn't update the data at all. Still can connect to the scales after quite a few attempts with the test option, but this is hit & miss, and when it does eventually connect, it will record a reading, but shows none of the previous measurements. All my weighing's are being uploaded to the ihealth website & can be viewed there, proving the scales are connecting to my router & uploading the data to the cloud. How pathetic that the app can't reliably make this simple connection reliably & retrieve the data. And yes, I've uninstalled & reinstalled numerous times, but this proves to be either a waste of my time, or results in a fix that fails again after a few days. I've even spoken to an ihealth support guy on 2 occasions, with promises of a callback, but never received a return call on either occasion. I received these scales from a Pharmacy, so I could evaluated them..... You can guess my recommendation...
Useless app I have the iHealth Edge watch. The first 2 days it would connect to the app on my phone and my tablet. Now, it won't connect to either device.
Disappointment! No trend lines in graphs, and an extremely primitive interface. Just trying to start the app after fumbling with the top-heavy cuff made for giants raises my blood pressure. Still shadowing this device with my original BP apparatus every day. The readings are OK but really, the graph should be improved to at least the same standards and options as iBP or OnTrack WITH a trend line (easy, check out MS-Excel for some theory). Lose the kindergarten graphics. Device does not switch off, ever, although light fadingly pulsates. Developer has never heard of landscape orientation for Android tablets. Listen up, fix, maybe then get a 2-star rating.
Doesn't work with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 I don't know what is the point of this application and the watch which is mostly designed for Apple users
What's new in MyVitals 2.1.6
Added an auto-log functionality to bring you a better Android experience in the future.