Probably the best of it's kind. Runs very smoothly on my device. I wish they would do something about the text size. I love that you can now hide things that you don't want to follow on the dashboard. I would like to see a developer putting more time in, so I would be more than happy to pay for the app. I would like to see bone mass and muscle mass too.
On the whole this is a nice app, probably the best of its kind on Android. As with most apps of this type that attempt to interpret figures to indicate wellbeing, the choice of thresholds can be rather subjective as medical practice and opinion varies across the world and there are individual variations. You have to consider whether this gets in the way or not. For similar and other reasons the 'Coach' thing doesn't do it for me but fortunately it can be disabled. Cholesterol tracking is out of step with the move to non-fasting non-HDL tests that present different figures. Doesn't yet sync sleep from Withings.
I really like this app. The learning curve is a bit steep to set up, but once it is, this app is amazing. I typed in results from tests I had at my doctor's office, and the app calculated the same result. The only thing I wish the app did was track heart rate in real time from my Fitbit. I would also like to add, that this app is very well researched with citations of medical research throughout. This is perhaps the most professional fitness app on the market.
The app will decide on its own what an entry should be. And I have found absolutely NO way to edit or correct an incorrect measurement. Fix that, and it will be a decent companion tool.
Wouldn't go past the log in screen. Restarted my phone, closed it out, tried everything. Worthless.
Great app and way better dashboard info that the native fitbit dashboard
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