TFit is an app that communicates with the bracelet and shows the status of the wristbands such as exercise.
- fixs bugs
Ratings and Reviews
Watch vs software
I received my watch as a Christmas gift and have basically been satisfied with it. There are some software issues that if corrected could make this a 5 star rating. First off, the watch reverts back to its default settings on a regular basis, if your use to metric settings or military settings you will be ok otherwise there will be an issue. For example the watch reverts back to military time, and metric measurements for weight and height. Secondly, for the weather, the default is Celsius and if there is a way to convert it to Fahrenheit I have yet to find it. As far as the medical aspects of the watch such as Blood pressure / blood oxygen/ and heart rate, they are not automatic you have to request them and there not precise. On the plus side as of this review the time has been right on the money and the battery life is roughly 8 to 10 days, and it’s a good looking watch. So I guess you get what you pay for, but as I said at the beginning with a few software tweaks, this would be a 5 star watch at an affordable price.
So here’s an update as of April 15th my watch no longer communicates with my watch. Not only that, a second watch we purchased for my son has done the same thing. I guess you get what you pay for.
Capable of 5 Stars with some changes
It is a shame that this rugged good looking watch has such minor problems. If a few small changes were made this is a fantastic watch. Changes to software would make this watch a serious competitor to the Apple watch. Seriously. However, 1.) It reverts back to default settings on a regular irritating basis. 2.) The temperature is only in Celsius and can’t be changed to Fahrenheit. 3.) Vital signs are not very accurate. If those little things were corrected it is a good quality smart watch and would be worth every penny. It is much better looking than Apple watch and pretty rugged.
I like it
I was looking for something to help me track my health and this was one of the few that claimed to measure blood pressure.
I was skeptical as to its accuracy and after checking, it does seem to be reliable if not accurate. It doesn’t give the same readings as the other methods but it somehow seems to be able to tell when my pressure goes up or down.
The step tracker is pretty good at recognizing greater or less activity though the distance is not accurate.
As a time piece it works very well.
I had the misfortune to become ill recently and the watch did a good job of reminding me to drink water.
I have a couple of negatives
One, the instructions that come with the watch are minimal and leave a lot out. I would suggest a website with a complete manual
The other issue I’ve had is that the app will not retain all of my personal information. Oddly enough it will keep my gender, birthday and nickname but height, weight, clock preference and unit of measurement preferences keep returning to default. That is very frustrating
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- wenzheng wang
- 95.2 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Arabic, Baluchi, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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