Review from antony v
Galaxy s2 fk23 syncing great Syncing works great on my rooted fk23 build gs2. Guess you need jellybean for this most likely. Great job fitbit. P. S. The device holds over a days worth of data. So coming home past midnight doesn't mean you will lose your progress.
I actually love fitbit, and was going to upgrade. However I hate any app that feel they can take you personal info without permission and without any valid reason... i.e. they forces you to provide your location just to sync.. I share my location when I need to, not at the developers pleasure... more and more companies feel entitled to your data. I would opt in if asked... and I am happy to share my location when it is for valid reasons.... for example Google known how often I go to the loo... and ask me to rate the experience... love Google and CHOOSE to share my data...
As of this morning the Fitbit app keeps telling me invalid email or password. I know both are correct because I was able to log into the website with the same credentials and had no problem. Something must be wrong with the app itself. Was working just fine all this time until now. Please fix this!
I wouldnt recommend this product for anyone. I bought one and the customer sevice sucks.. and my blaze broke in less then a year. They told me I could upgrade with 50 percent off since I was having so much problems. Come to find out you can't upgrade to what you want. Only what they want to give you, which is old hardware. Don't waste your time with there products
Screw you Fitbit. Every time you do an "upgrade" it causes syncing issues. Don't you ever get tired of telling people to go to the troubleshooting guide to fix a problem that you caused? You know that there is a problem, so FIX IT, instead of just trying to pass the blame onto your customers, like they're idiots or something. FYI, nothing in your troubleshooting guide ever fixes the issues that your upgrades cause.
Fed up with the Fitbit app. It keeps getting worse. I sync regularly. There are missing sleep and heart rate entries. Why does it need to sync before it knows what day it is? Why does a sync immediately following a sync take just as long? Allow a sync schedule. All day sync uses 50 plus percent of battery. Tell the user what you are syncing. Prioritize sync to the summary data on the home screen. Allow users to sync data for a particular area of the app. How hard is it to add some of these features? I think you need to hire a new Android development team.
The app has always been slow. Bluetooth sync has been slow and flaky compared to my old Pebble watch. However, after the last few updates, sync has become so bad it will basically never sync when I want/need it to. I just have to leave it and hope that at some point it will eventually sync. 3 days since the last sync at this point. Truly awful experience. Getting close to abandoning the whole platform.
*Bug fixes and performance improvements