Fitdays 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 3.1 • 913 Ratings
    • Free


Fitdays is an application for recording family weight data. This application can help you connect a weight scale to measure and record weight, and provide chart display and reports that can be used with family members.
In the iPhone based on iOS9, when you use our smart scale to measure your weight, the relevant data supports synchronization with Apple Health.

This application is a family weight data recording application. All data is for reference only for weight control and long-term exercise and fitness monitoring. It is not used as a medical device data basis. If you have medical diagnosis or treatment decisions, please consult your doctor and other medical staff.

● Girth Chart Record
Helping with better bodybuilding

● Measurement Instructions
Guiding step by step

● Trend Chart
Tracking every changes of body

● Family Use
Full support up to 24 users

● 15 App Colors
Popular colors of choice

What’s New

Version 1.18.2

1. Optimize performance to enhance the experience.
2. Fix bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
913 Ratings

913 Ratings

AdeptMonkey ,

Great scale bad user experience

I’m using this app with the Oxilune Scale X Pro. I love the scale. It connects very quickly to Bluetooth on my phone and the measurements are accurate. The problem is if you want multiple users, you have to have them under the same account which means it keeps everyone’s information in the same account. My weight gurus scale allowed different users to have their own accounts and connect separately. This one doesn’t seem to do that. This is a very poor execution and provides no privacy. My girlfriend does not want me managing her weight and I don’t want her managing mine. With a good scale you should be able connect to the scale with multiple accounts on separate phones. Not happy about this and it may be a deal breaker.

Supagirl277 ,

Needs better direction but solid

I can tell a lot of people who have left reviews here seem to have similar problems. I found that the app had a pre-connected scale on there and I needed to add the new one manually instead of using that one. It’s possible that people didn’t do that step and are confused why the info isn’t showing up on the scale’s screen or the app. It didn’t show up for me until I went to Devices and then pressed the + to add it after the Bluetooth connected. The original one connected was named SWAN. Once I added the scale, it worked just fine and shows all of the info and stays connected.

It seems that the inclusion of that pre-added scale has messed things up, and the directions to add the new scale to the app seems redundant when it seems that it’s already connected, which is why people ignore it. It’s not actually connected already.

I’m really hoping their claims of accuracy prove truthful, as it was one of the main reasons I purchased it. I appreciate the multiple metrics

CallieWVU2 ,

Day 1 Love It But All Data But 3 All Went Away

Update to update: I don’t know why on the first day I was easily able to step on the scale and it showed info.

I later had to go into other areas where you hit “measure” and connect and it pairs. It seemed to pair automatically the first day so maybe I did something wrong to take it off that I’m not sure.

Update: apparently after the first day the scale refuses to connect to Bluetooth, I should have known better. Hoped the bad reviews were just from obese people who thought they should weigh less 😅 I had all of this awesome info but then it just shows three data spots and I have to go into the other areas where they show the graphs of all the other data, so I’m confused how I get back to all the data just lined up w out graphs.

App Privacy

The developer, GUANGDONG ICOMON TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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