Love the app and product. The only issue I have with it is that when you set your goal weight and meal plan it gives an unrealistic calorie count of 600 calories. Though I know better then to put my body through that, many do not. Could you please edit this feature to say something along the lines of "1000 calories a day with the addition of 30 minutes of intense workout of your choice" so it is safe for the children who use this app. Otherwise, it is a very accurate app and product. Much love, Kay Ortz.
Honestly I use to love this app but now it's not syncing and I can't do my challenges with my friends! I had it where it would sync on my phone and on my windows 10 laptop and neither is working help get the bugs out so it will sync. And before you tell me to go here and go there to check if I have the right requirements I have already done that!
I liked the app and I liked the product however whenever there is an app update I seem to get issues with the tracker not syncing with the app. The fitbit is not recognised by my phone and it seems it doesn't have any Bluetooth connectivity as I have searched on numerous devices. I am taking back to Currys for a refund as I don't pay hard earned cash for tech that doesn't work properly or isn't supported in the right way by developers or the company. My wife also has the same issues on her charge 2
I really like my fitbit charge hr, but I can no longer use it with my LG v20. Also the Bluetooth won't pair with my device, but would usually recognized my device anyways. Sadly it no longer does. I hope it gets fixed soon. Once it does it will definitely give 5 stars. Update: I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app and nothing. It still can't find my fitbit and the location is on. It hasn't synced since June 2nd!!!!!
Overall the app is sufficient. So far, I really love the Fitbit as a tool to keep track of my workout goals and keep me accountable for maintaining a minimum step/amount of cardio/etc a day. I haven't had problems with syncing. The biggest issue of the app for me is that it doesn't track steps, heart rate, or calories by the hour. It only has the totals at the end of the day which isn't always helpful depending on my workout and meals for the day. The second issue is the format and userability. It's not complicated, but there's so much going on. Swipe screens might be better to show each goals, like calories/steps/heart rate/etc. There has to be a better design
Unreliable fitness tracking. I tracked 6 hikes this week, and the app only saved 4. Used to be dependable. I just tracked a 5 mile hike and got the summary screen. When i hit the back arrow, it's not listed on the log. Gone and no record. Does anyone know of another app that can use my steps recorded from my fitbit One so I can reliably track my hikes?
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