If I didn't have to have it I wouldn't. Never tracks the correct amount of steps. It logs that I'm on a bike when I don't even own one. My Huawei Watch Sport 2 LTE is very accurate and is at all times synced to the Huawei Health app on my phone. Why can't Google do this? The more updates their are, the worse it becomes. Seriously? And you want people to purchase Google products. Probably why the new Google/LG AW2 Smartwatches are the worst on the market. Get a grip and take notice of users complaints.
Useless app doesn't fit purpose. * I gave one point, because the app after couple of weeks erases previous records. One would think that an idea of a diary to keep the records and then monitor it later, evidently Google has a different view. It is Google infinite wisdom to synchronise heart rate and then delete them, what is the point? Also why the information wouldn't be seen on phone if app was started on smart watch, android operated by the way?
It's ok. But it keeps doing weird stuff like adding in runs when I'm actually driving. Thanks Google but pretty sure I didn't run 15 miles to work at an average of 53 miles per hour.
It use to work great until recently. I have a swr50 Sony smartwatch3 that now no longer works with Google fit. Wifi, Bluetooth, repairing, uninstalling, clearing cache play service and fit, restoring to factory the watch. Still all to no avail. Phone is Huawei p9
I've been using this app now that I have an Android Wear watch (LG watch sport) it works for the basics. Nice that you can set it up for different activities and it has auto detection. I'm waiting for them to add more features but it does what it's supposed to do I can't complain about that.
Every time it gets upgraded something else breaks. No more real time distances. Not even reliable about starting 3-2-1 and 5 minutes later, nothing so start over again a mile down the road.
• Track your activity using the redesigned workout mode, and review summaries of past activities on Android Wear
• Hear spoken announcements from Android Wear while you're running
• Automatically measure and track your heart rate throughout the day on the LG Watch Sport and Huawei Watch 2 (more devices are coming soon)
Track your activity on Lifelog, the clever health & fitness tool on Android.