IFit team - go download the Fitbit app. That's how a fitness app should work. This interface is clunky (try deleting a food item).
Doesn't sync at all says it does but never updates your steps. Also not accurate had both fit bit and vue was about 700 steps ahead
Bought the ifit link and tried this app. The first 3 days the app worked fine, then the update. After the update the app doesn't even start! Just crashes once I try to open it. Very disappointed. Now I have to charge my link and will most likely lose all my workout data. I should've read the reviews and avoided this completely. Update 02-03 Turns out that the wearable needs to be fully charged (even though my link showed over 50% charged) for the app to work again. The battery percentages between the wearable and app never match so take that into account as well.
Terrible Product! I used the ifit vue all weekend and spent much time trying to sync with smartphone. Sometimes it did, most of the time it didn't. Manually logged in meals, but don't make a mistake because it will not let me delete an entry (which throws off the calorie count--what's the point)! Disappointed that Nordic Track is linked to poor product such as ifit.
Ifit is a joke . Spend so much money and learn it's not able to do Google maps with my treadmill... Even when it's advertised my specific model is totally compatible. I can't get a refund either. And then i call ifit support and theyre never available. You guys are theives.
Bought ifit act from walmart, says to download "ifit tracker app" which there is NOT an app called that. There is ifit coach and it sucks. You get the minimum of the ifit act bracelet and if you want the "food stuff" you have to pay a monthly membership. And that definitely does not say anything of the sort in the box what so ever. Anyway, the app itself sucks, monitoring is inaccurate, you CANNOT delete any food entries if you messed up and on top of that the food database is beyond inaccurate. Scan an item and compare. Data base is messed up. Never again.
Don't just run in place. Run in great places. 30-minute videos keep you moving.