Dreadful app At least once a day the app completely loses connection with my PS-100. Sometimes rebooting the phone reestablishes link. Most times I have to unpair and re-pair device. Why can't Epson reliably connect with their own device? Other apps by 3rd parties work fine. Such a shame. A great device let down by poor software.
Not working I dont think that its apps fault. Its device because i can't connect it to myps aswell. Its my second pulsesense,first one i return to shop. Need send back second one and claim money back . Really s h i t
Very disappointed. My pulsense is basically a watch and nothing else, very rarely syncs with the app.
This is crab use MyPS App instead, crashes always now This app is crab. Tried to use it to update the firmware, but it crashes always on start. It lost all data after losing signal while hiking. An offline mode was desperately missed. But know I'm using MyPS what works well for me. Pairing is only possible with active Location service. That is crab, too and nowhere explained. Painful experience all-in-all.
HW good, SW not Maybe it's a translation problem from the Japanese but I don't think so. All of the software interfaces are on a scale from clumsy to terrible. Today's problems started with an upgrade announcement, but I can't even find out what version I have. Insofar as I can see what the hardware is doing through the window of the software, it seems pretty good. Then again, I can't imagine how it could help a doctor, which is supposed to be the ultimate goal.
Will not connect to Android phone or tablet Pretty useless and done all of the things asked on the help pages!
- Corrected an issue in which the app could not synchronize on Androids after Bluetooth had been turned off.
- Various bug fixes
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