The app disconnects and really doesn't sink with Google fit. The two apps have entirely different readings. In the United States we use Fahrenheit and not Celsius. There should be a way to change this in the app? Also the green notification background is a little ugly, unless you like green. This should also be an option to change. It's close but still no apple. It's close to Samsung but not there yet. If they could somehow find a way to send these changes through an update, it would be a hit.
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(UPDATE: Features you can't use on your watch can be hidden in the new update as requested, gave an extra star) Overall the app is pretty good, but there are a few things that frustrated me. First, there is no way to transfer your health data that I'm aware of. If you get a new phone, all your data is gone. Second, there is no way to set the weather to Fahrenheit. Hopefully there will be fixed for these. The UI is wonderful and connectivity is great.
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Hello Namiko, thanks for your feedback.
We have no server in Europe to save the health&sports data for now, so when you change your phone, the data will lose. We suggest you can use a data moving tool to move your data to a new phone.
We will hide the SpO2 card for the users who can‘t use it next version.
We will consider to support Fahrenheit.
I really love the app and it's layout, tracking, and functions with the OPPO Watch. It works perfectly. Until... I reinstalled the app after a system factory reset. All of my data...gone. I was logged into my Heytap account and apparently it doesn't really sync anything with the cloud. I have over two years of data on the damn thing, now it's all gone... Thanks, Heytap.
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