Simple notes app.
Users of a Garmin activity tracker/smartwatch can send notes to the Notepad app which is available on the Garmin Connect IQ Store:
- Fixed communication issues with the Fenix 3
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There is definitely a problem with this app. The idea is excellent, which is why I bought it to be able to send notes from my iPad to my vivoactive HR watch.
The app opens on IPad, a message is sent; and it is received by my vivoactive on the notepad page, but as soon as I leave the notepad page on the watch and then return, the message has disappeared. This makes the app unusable. Sadly.
Since writing this I have received a response from the developer (see below). This works but it would be far better for the note to appear without the need to save it and then reload it. As it is now useful, if not perfect, I rate it at 4
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback! Currently the app works as a notepad on a computer. That you write directly on the watch or that you send from the phone becomes the "current unsaved document". You must open the menu (press and hold the UP/MENU button on the watch) in order to save this "document" in one of the save slots. We may change this in the future, since it's causing confusion. If you understand the concept, I'd appreciate if you can change your rating/review. Thanks!
Doesn't work at all. Don't waste money.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your feedback! I'm afraid that it may be something specific of your devices. You can check that how it is supposed to work in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVpSARQ27as
- RRA Tecnologia LTDA
- 19.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.