It's nice when it actually tracks your steps. I'm connected to the internet and walking around with location enabled yet it's not picking up any of the last 15 minutes I spent walking around. Fortunately you can add in the activity after the fact but then you have to make a rough estimate of your steps. Would be great if this wasn't necessary.
app is 5 star, very simple and effective... but has few bugs... last week i did over 100k steps but for some odd reason in the post "you were more active then ***% people of nee delhi" it only showed 31k steps.... and this week, that weekly post didnt even appear... help me senpai
It really helped me out for setting goals and improving my health but the tracking fails sometimes. It says I ran for 2km when I actually ran 1.6km and the tracking with the map also fails. Although there are some tiny things to fix/improve, it's a great app, I fully recomend it and congratulate the developers.
There's more wrong with this app than right. The widget is complete crap, taking up a 3x3 grid to display zero information. The weight graph is useless at presenting data. I can't edit weights that I've entered incorrectly. Any data you enter is stuck in the app forever with no way to export for analysis.
Earlier it worked great. But after the recent update it has gone good to bad to crap. It doesn't pickup any activity. After installing aap it is stuck in Location History and Reporting. Once it went through then it wouldn't track any activity nighter it would store any personal information like high, weight. So until Google Fit does something to improve the app it is crap.
Tracking doesn't work despite all tracking options turned on. Halfway through an activity everything looks fine, but later the map, speed and elevation are gone. Randomly tells me I can't log on. After many second chances it still is pathetic. Essentially, if you expect data to be saved only to find it gone when your done; and if you have zero expectations as to what a most basic tracking app should be able to do, you'll love this app. Otherwise, stick with Sportstracker.
• Automatically track your strength training exercises on your Android Wear smartwatch.
• Minor improvements.
• Bug fixes.
Lifestyle companion to track your fitness, weight, diet, food & sleep.