Healthy For Love!
FITINDEX is the top app to be a healthier. The app can track your body compositions (BMI, body fat percentage , body water , bone mass , the rate of subcutaneous fat , visceral fat levels, basal metabolism body age , muscle mass and so on)，and cloud -based intelligent data analysis and tracking , providing the perfect healthy body composition analysis charts and reports。 At the same time the full support of the family used together , allowing you to understand the health status of the family anywhere .
In iPhone based on IOS8 , when you use our smart body scales measuring body composition , weight, percentage of body fat , fat weight, height, body mass index (BMI), height and resting calorie consumption data will be synchronized to HealthKit in .
* For your privacy and HealthKit data IMPORTANT:
1. If the user has landed , after the first application into the cloud combo , you will be asked whether you want to synchronize your body measurement data and HealthKit, you want to cloud combo written authorization to HealthKit information from HealthKit permission to read the information . Then, you can view or change these permissions in the source of HealthKit .
2. If the new registered users in the registration screen, you will be asked whether you want to synchronize your body measurement data and HealthKit, cloud combo you want to write information and authorization to read information from HealthKit permissions to HealthKit in . Then, you can view or change these permissions in the source of HealthKit .
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Need to fix “weight” and “goal weight” calculations ASAP
The app was easy enough to set up with my scale as per the written directions that came with it, but as a tall woman, the “ideal weight” scale is downright insulting. All of the other metrics seem to be calculated fairly accurately from what I know, but my even my “goal weight” would fall inside the “high” weight. Currently it says I’m severely obese even though my BMI is in the normal range (even if it’s not where I want it to be). This is a pretty simple calculation, so it’s a reasonable expectation that this be fixed so that the weight category and goal weight indicators are actually useful in any way if you’re not the “average” height for your gender, which is what I’m assuming this is based off of right now.
Other than that, the app syncs up with the Apple health app instantly and therefore my Apple Watch apps as well, so I’m happy. I just can’t imagine releasing a version of an app where the first thing you see when you log your weight is an error. It’s a huge huge oversight.
Amazing app! Just one request:
This app is amazing. Other users have noted inconsistencies in their observed data, but the FAQ page in this app explains why this may occur and also explains how to still understand your overall health despite these occasional discrepancies. This app does require a brief skim over the FAQ page, but now that I took not quite 10 minutes of my time to do so, I understand and appreciate this app greatly. However, I do request that this next part be taken into consideration:
I am 14, and in February, I will be 15. Due to this, some data has not been calculated for me, my focus being on my lack of data for visceral fat and muscle related measurements. I understand this is due to the fact that there are not yet any existing reliable algorithms that can be used to calculate these data for any individuals under the age of 18, but I suggest this:
Consider offering to calculate these measurements for teens by using the same algorithm followed for adults. I understand if you need to notify the user that the measurements may be incorrect, but I request that you offer to give the option to receive the calculated measurement anyways. As a teen, I myself would be very appreciative to you if you added this option, so that I could at least know if my measurements for these data overall have changed. Thank you for your consideration.
I needed a new scale and thought I’d give this a whirl. First of all, setting up the app with the scale was laughably easy. Anyone can do this. The data definitely seems accurate for me, at least in the body fat department. I chose the athletic setting because of what other reviewers said about inaccurate BMI settings (I'm not particularly muscular or athletic, but I hike and cycle about 7 hours a week). The scale basically said that my fat-free weight is 122 lbs, which is exactly how I perceived my body when I weighed 122 (that weight stood out to me as being the lowest I should ever weigh). So, I’m impressed with that aspect of accuracy. I’m a little confused about how “metabolic age” is calculated, as mine is a year older than my real age, and my numbers otherwise look pretty good.
I’ll update this review if, after using it for a while, I run into trouble, but I’m looking forward to using this to stay on top of my health.
- PANATRADE LLC
- 115.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 8.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.