Worked a couple of times on the first day. Then would not detect the heart half the time, even when in very good light conditions. When it did detect kept telling me to hold still. I was as still as you can be holding a camera above your arm for over a minute and still didn't read. Very disappointing as has potential to be a really useful app.
The Australian Cancer Council UV app always says the UV is several point higher than this app suggests. For me that the difference between me staying inside, or frying like a crisp outside. Please find a more accurate source for the current UV rating. It keeps giving me day summaries late into the night. I can't turn it off. Very annoying
The app is going crazy. It's 11pm and every 3mins notifications are going off 3 or 4 times in a row and I can't find settings to turn them off. I'll have to uninstall
The App didn't seem to register actual exposure. Between 9am & 10am I spent a total of 2 mins in the sun, 25 mins in a tinted car and the rest in the office. I'd seen a maximum exposure during this time? The next day I said I'd use sunscreen and spent hours in direct sunlight and it suggested I was fine. At 6pm it kept ssying I could onky scsn between 9am and 7pm. I thought 6pm was in that time frame? Then it kept sending me hourly updates most of the night. Needs lots of refinement to be usefull. I'll be removing it from my phone for now.
Samsung S4 and would not scan the patch when trying to scan the heart became out of shape :( Now have it on my ipad but this is annoying as i do not take.it everywhere like my phone
I have a high-end smartphone on the latest Android version and this app is not compatible! I have to use an Android tablet to get access to the app and use the UV patch... what the?