Auto start on wear I am working on a replacement for Runkeeper which works very poorly on my smartwatch 3. I haven't ran with ifit yet but I would like to see an option to manually start once GPS connects. Currently allows start now or auto.
Garbage This app has major problems, mainly IT DOES NOT WORK!! It seemed to start to track my run on my Sony Smart Watch 3, but only displayed half the numbers. As soon as I stopped to take a drink, it stopped tracking, I didn't touch it. So it only timed half my run. After my run, I tried up upload the half it tracked to see if that worked, and if couse, it did NOT. DON'T PUT BUGGY GARBAGE APPS ON PLAYSTORE PLEASE!!!!!!! YOU WASTED MY TIME AND A 3 MILE RUN TO TEST IT.
The display is too large It has the numbers so big in the new update that you can only see hours and minutes, no seconds.. plus there are lots of circles around the display it's hard to read and frustrating now.
Its good but no cigar Its a really good app. But it is lacking features in comparison to fitbits and it would be great to have a good sleep option on the app itself. The desktop site is brilliant and has nutrition. So I hope the desktop features appear on the motor and wearable app!
Just start using this in the last couple of days. Seems to track my bicycle rides well, but the font, as others have noted, is way too large! Can only see time elapsed and average speed. Also, the display on the watch is constantly lit, which is a real battery burner on these devices. Why not a a simple timeout for the watch display? These seem to be a really simple thing to fix, so why the delay, and even more so how could the app go out this way?
Not good Isn't accurate as compared to other apps for the same runs. Doesn't provide splits. Start of a run is quirky. Could be good but isn't. Hopefully it gets better.
- Various bug fixes and improvements
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