This app is accurate up to a point. For example it is pretty accurate in the Greater Denver Metro giving off readings that make sense such as 5300ish feet in Denver proper and 6200 in some of the higher suburbs. However I downloaded to use when climbing the Colorado 14ers and the app, on both watch and phone, has never given off reading of 14000+ on over 15 14K peaks. Several times it errored above 12000 feet or recently on the summit of Mount Evans which is 14,265 feet I only got a reading of 13,500 despite standing on the true summit. Not sure why it does this but it's inconsistent results means it cannot be relied upon and is more of a novelty. Does look cool and sync well to my Huawei smart watch however.
Doesn't do anything
- fixed compatibility issue for Android Wear devices with x86 architecture, like the Fossil Q Founder
Smart Watch wearable applications, real-time data exchange Bluetooth