Spire is Great - App Not Perfect I love the Spire I got for Christmas. It really does work well and accurately predicts when I'm stressed. The app could use some user-friendly additions though. It takes 4 clicks to get to the keyboard to add a new tag. Could be 1 or 2. And there's no option to add the new tag to the list for quick choosing. There's no option for more details on the data other than Calm, Focus, Stress, and Activity periods. I'd love to see these in an update and would make this already great product into an amazing product.
After six months I've given up. This thing is useless. Numbers are meaningless. I bought this to help remind me to breathe when reading or playing guitar or otherwise focusing and it couldn't even do that. If you weren't breathing exactly the same for at least two minutes it logs nothing.
A little bumpy getting started but a great product. I've had it a little under a month and absolutely love it. A fit bit and mindfulness combination!
I bought the Spire after seeing how great it is for my wife. Of course, she has an iPhone and I have an Android....the apps aren't the same.
Only tracker I use This is the the most useful fitness tracker I have used. Tense alerts are very accurate. Would rate 5 when the android app achieves feature parity with iOS
Love it but still has some issues I love my Spire...when it works. I was able to set it up just fine and I use it every day, but the last few days I have noticed that it doesn't vibrate or anything while I go through my day. I have to go to the app (which shows that is tracking my bpm) and let it sync which takes FOREVER. Once it syncs it immediately tells me I have been tense and that's it. I don't hear from it again until I repeat the process. However, it does come with good features so I'm willing to give it a chance to improve.
New notifications - low battery notification, and low spire stone memory notification.