It is sure accurate for counting your steps! Good investment for seniors to keep track of how far you've gone.
Poor app. I walk from my desk to the printer an it count 123 steps. It is about 15 steps apart.
It worked great on my Sony Xperia with Android 4.3. Now having upgraded to Huawei p9 lite with Android 6.0 it seems to work very erratically, such that I am considering deleting the App. How can I turn the App on and leave it on all day as I was using it on the Sony. That is all I want, then it would be a 5 star App for me.
I've had Accupedo for years, but I just got a new Asus Zenfone. I went through five pedometer apps before I found one that would actually count my steps. Walkroid is the only one! I eventually got Accupedo to count sometimes by hiking up the sensitivity, but then it was always well over my number of steps just walking across my house. Walkroid gets a little ahead sometimes too, but only by one or two steps in those small batches. Even Google Fit isn't counting properly. So whatever it is the developers did completely differently than the other apps I tried, thank you and don't change it.
Simplicity is key - this is the nicest pedometer app on the play store. I wasn't trying to lose weight or do fitness exercises or need anything to keep track of plans etc. I just wanted to be told how many steps I took, which is what this app provides.
What a joke! I thought I have find the perfect pedometer until I've discovered that I can "make" steps by sitting in the chair and just shaking the phone.....
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