Great for updates. Had no issues using the app to update the headphones. I do wish they would show release notes of what was fixed though. Headphones still have some quirks after this upgrade though. loses all connections when you stop playing music on one. That was new but otherwise zero issues
Phone just upgraded to Nougat. Before that all OK. Now when listening through QC30's the volume control in one step goes from almost silent to louder than I would like. It seems gradual volume steps are no longer feasible at low volumes which is all I want when in the office.
Does not allow pause, play, forwarding, or reverse of music on Galaxy Note 3 unless you reboot phone and only then it works for a short time. Without the app, same functionality doesn't work at all. I don't understand why Bose can't produce a quality app that works well with their product. You can purchase cheaper products and get apps that work flawless. In fact no app at all is needed with these cheaper products.
I don't understand why there are so many bad reviews saying this app is useless or that it needs more features. This app does exactly what it should: simple interface to control simple device features. I can check if my device needs a firmware update, add/remove stored paired devices, change the Bluetooth name, change voice settings for headphones, etc. For these reasons, I find it very useful and straightforward.
I find that it is very fustrating to use. Not finding the device and having to try multiple times to get it to see it. Also having a hard time linking to a fitness app Not a fan at all.
What a crappy app for a great device. Doesn't know when the device is connected doesn't know how to connect to the device etc.How amateur the developers must be. If its an Android issue, sit with google and see how it can be fixed. Look at the product rating..itd 3.4. Hope you don't spoil your product market with crappy software. Good companies build an eco system not just a great device.
- Bug fixes and improvements.