If there weren't rewards involved then I honestly wouldn't use this. It's clunky and almost never works 100%. If you're looking for an activity tracker, look elsewhere. If you're looking to make $$ off of an already healthy lifestyle, this app is great.
Had to use for insurance enrollment. Hard to navigate. Confusing questions. No support. I was less inclined to be active in my own health after completing the necessary steps. I will be uninstalling as soon as I know I have the required boxes checked.
You don't respond to feedback. We use your app because we have to. Why don't you support S Health the native app on one of the most popular phones in the world and Sleep As Android, one of the most popular sleep apps? Notifications won't go away.
Great idea, poor set up. I literally have to download an ap for every.single.thing.i.want.to.track and the kicker is, I have all of it set up to my Samsung and a smart watch already. The aps it allows are very limited as well and it's obviously pushing you to get the paid versions of those aps. If my stuff could just sync, is love it.
Very often does not track sleep or steps accurately when using Misfit app with pebble watch. I have started using the UP app from Jawbone which is much more reliable but still not great. Often the Jiff app won't recognize I have slept until I have attempted to sync it a number of times. If I slept the night before, obviously I slept the following night!
Application frequently has black-outs and delays giving credit when credit is due. Jiff lacks the simple common courtesy of letting customers know when the application is down, or it will post 1 hour maintenance and be down for 22 hours. I also find the purpose of this application invasive and very "big brother". My health is between me and my doctor. Period. It is none of an insurance companies business. I do not understand how insurance companies have any legal rights to make any medical related decisions, including medications. Insurance companies do not go to Medical School and do not swear to the Hippocratic Oath. I fail to understand how invasive applications and insurance company access to medical information and ability to override a doctor is legal. I fail to understand how forcing citizens to surrender their income to a for profit company is even remotely constitutional. Insurance is nothing more than legalized extortion, and these invasive applications are merely an extention of their unconstitutional practice of extortion.
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