The app does what it's supposed to, syncing data and pushing to the whoop servers work just as expected. But it is missing a lot of the features the iPhone app has. After switching from iOS to android, I'm missing the weekly statistics and the correlation between strain and recovery. I got so used to not using the web interface with the iOS app that it feels weird to go to the web app when using android.
I wish I would have known it does not have all the features that the iPhone has. Since I paid this much I would of thought they would of fixed the differance.
Great to track your sleep and aerobic workout strength. Tells you if you slept well enough to perform and how hard you run/played the sport. Does NOT track strength training and details of various kinds of workouts. Just for high heart rate sports and how hard you did it For this aspect, however, it is great
Latest firmware seems to be burning a lot more battery
With the newest updates to iOS it would be nice to know that as much thought and effort will go into the Samsung app. I do love the features it provides but the more knowledge the better.
I like the WHOOP device and app overall. It provides good feedback and an understanding of how my daily activities like work and sleep affect my fitness performance. I really like the sleep coach feature to help adjust my sleep schedule so I can meet my needs. However, there seem to be features missing that I read about in iOS reviews, such as user input post activity or sleep. I am not sure why this is, but based on what I've read, the Android version seems to be stripped down. For my purposes, as a recreational user, it does not make a huge difference. But for a more serious athlete, these missing features could be valuable.
This release includes various bug fixes and enhancements, including a fix to the Join Team functionality.