This is a set of sport band. It is mainly concerned about the fitness and health of the population designed to help users understand their own health.
Support what features:
1. sports statistics
2. sleep statistics
3. sport goal setting
4. calories calculate
App support HealthKit application, you can view your data by health HealthKit
App can be connected via Bluetooth hardware , downloads app, you can view the data by phone in the app, to help users better understand their physical condition and state of sleep.
Note: Please wear the device to sleep, otherwise there is no accurate data
1. Optimize partial data mismatch, loading failure or repeated loading problems.
2. Optimize known issues and improve user experience.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good for the price
This is a good basic smart watch. The heart rate, pulse/oxygen, and blood pressure monitors work well most of the time. The sleep analysis is interesting as well. So far it seems accurate as to when I go to sleep, and awake throughout the night and in the morning. The selection of watch faces is good for a change of look. I use an elliptical for exercise and there is no associated setting in the sports section for such. The one time I used it on the elliptical, it seem to not track my heart correctly as compared to my elliptical’s sensors, but I think the watch was not tight enough at the time.
Would like to see some changes
I have been using the watch/app for about a month or so now.
I even checked bp and hr when I went to the dr office. They lined up close enough. Considering the cost of it all, I just wanted a ballpark.
However, there are a few things that need to be changed with the app side.
One- hr only shows a few hours of the previous day, so you can’t compare your data the next day. It’s mainly an issue if your wanting to know more about how your heart is handling.
Two- gps on the app/watch is a little off. I walked 3.5 miles one day, app said I did .77 miles. I have learned the watch is more accurate then the phone when it comes to miles/heart rate.
Three- there is just a little more information that would be nice to see on the app. Like work out data, spo2, things like that.
Four- clock face changes too simple, on its own especially in the shower.
Five- don’t ever trust the weather
Besides these things, the watch/app are great. I would happily deal with the rest of these issues if they could increase the data of the heart rate information from the previous day. It’s my biggest problem with this app/watch. But overall
For about $100+ it was not a bad purchase. Really pleased with the accuracy of heart rate and bp.
As a rule these things are not my forte
I came up with a peculiarity with my heart last week. I’m an older gentlewoman, and I thought that the description for this app and the device would best suit my needs. I’m totally not interested in running to my death like a lemming but am concerned about whether my heart suddenly decides that 200 bpm at at rest is acceptable.
I can’t say I’ve figured it all out but I’ve managed to get the pulse measurements and the steps. Haven’t figured out how to access weather, or why the band cares about messages when I couldn’t answer them through it. Nor does the screen stay lit long enough to read them.... lol
But I’d say all in all it was a good investment and I should be able to figure out most of the rest of this.
- Yifang Meng
- 200.9 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Czech, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © UTE
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.