Battery sucker! Also, gesture settings problems... This thing kills battery. Also, the settings for gesture sensitivity could use some improvements for clarity reasons. (Threshold and trigger...?) I know it's still beta, so I'll be patiently waiting on this app! It's truly ingenious. Love the little gifs for the instructions, BTW!
A promising failure This was a really promising app that fell short and didn't deliver. The gesture engine itself is now pretty good but the app is buggy as hell. It crashes a lot and requires you to re-open the app and toggle settings for gestures to be recognised thus rendering it useless. Many promises of updates from Devs, no update for months. Devs don't reply. Seems like vaporware
App is non-functional So much promise, it detects the gesture fine after messing with the values, but the app does not seem to save the settings, and cannot activate tasker commands
Doesn't work with My Huawei watch. Not sure if it's my watch fault but I think not because Wear geastures work perfectly fine
Got potential What would be nice is if you could it so that the app only responds to really slow or fast movements. Also a time limit after you last action would save a ton of battery.
It's a really good app... But the thumb click option is too sensitive to just about every hand movement :(
- Removed a mixpanel event
- Allow finer control over motion detection sensitivity
- Fixed some crashes and minor bugs
- Support for Moto 360 (finally!)
- New "Rotate Wrist" motion
- Hailo integration, you can call a cab now! (Need location permission)
- Support for Lollipop and Android 4.1
SMS Messenger with emoji texting, GIF MMS, text bubble, and private box
The EWTS 2015 app to keep track of schedule and activity during the conference
A demo of how motion recognition can be incorporated into hospitality services
Detect exercises, counts reps, track form and power of weight exercises.