Rudimentary at best! It's an OK app and wrist band, but it has zero social media options, no peer sharing, no way to tell friends and others about your progress, and a simple 4-screen swipe option. I purchased the wrist band from Dollar General for $25. Cheap indeed with an even 'cheaper' app! Not recommended. Taking it back for a refund and finding a better app and wrist band!
The app is actually really infuriating? My dad randomly showed up with the band saying he picked it up for me so I got the app. I let the band fully charge like it said to do and went to pair it with the app. My Bluetooth was on and the band says no connection. And the app always says failed or freezes on connecting. I don't see how I'm supposed to use this without the app considering I can change any of the settings and such. Kinda ticked off I'm gonna have to tell my dad it doesn't work.
Ehhh The app has a default goal of 10,000 steps and even when changed it always reverts back to that. Wristband doesn't store tracked info for 48 hours like it says, just over 24 and its lost so the app saves the day at zero.
Only good for telling time. I put it on for the first time and walked around. Said I did 116 steps. Then I stnx with the app and app says I did 4,466 steps and walked 1.1 miles. Useless. Basically bought a rechargeable watch.
Read the direction, it does exactly what it says, absolutely love it. The band is the only thing I don't like, easy to lose. But, I fixed that small problem myself. Cheap but very useful!!!
For those of you that complain that the app doesn't connect to phone..... Yes it does.....I had to figure it out you have to press the button on your watch then it will tell you that it is connected to your phone, now you swipe down on the refresh button on your phone and all of your info from the watch will be stored on the phone itself.
Fixes the display of metric/imperial units
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