Repeatedly nags to update firmware, then can't update. Makes the app basically unusable. Bluetooth connection is inconsistent and requires that the app be running in the foreground and wakelocked; the developers obviously never heard about running a background service to maintain the connection even while the phone sleeps. App also disregards nearly all Android UX guidelines. The overall effect is not dissimilar to a hackathon prototype that hasn't been fully thought through. Do you want to trust your child's health to an app that's this cobbled together?
If you have an Apple product, this works fine. I spent $60 on a device that doesn't work with my phone. @developers: have you tried hiring someone who knows how to make apps for Android? You should try it. I followed the instructions and updated the firmware using my sister's iPad. Did that (very inconvenient and stupid) workaround fix this? Of course not. I'm beyond disappointed. If you're going to release a product like this but not actually support the app necessary to make it function, it's a scam.
When I first bought it I would have totally recommended it. Not now. It won't connect to the device and it is a known issue and the fix is to update the firmware using a different phone. Sure, let me go buy one or borrow one off a stranger to do that. I haven't found a tablet it works on yet and now it doesn't even work on phones. What a waste.
I bought the feverfrida for our daughter and the product itself is a great idea. But we can't even see how good it works because the app to use it won't work at all!
It will not pair to the fever frida. What a waste of time and money.
Can not get past profile information screen.
1. Optimized the APP UI display
2. Fixed some bugs