----The main function of VeryFit - Smart Band----
1. Includes checking exercise, sleep quality, the state of the heart rate monitor, a smart alarm clock to wake up, APP message alert.
2. etc.Application through physical activity and calorie consumption, monitor the effect of walking and running.
3. When Veryfit sleep monitoring, recording deep and shallow sleep, sleep, sleep help users monitor their sleep quality.
4. Because the application needs to remind background, it has been running in the background.
5.This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease device battery life
6. Connect to synchronize data to Apple Health (HealthKit), to achieve data movement, data and consumed calories sleep simultaneous recording to Apple Health (HealthKit)
1.Fix known problems;
2.Add strava track upload function;
Ratings and Reviews
It gets it done
For the price? People can't complain. We knew what we were getting ourselves into when we opted for the $40 fitness watch vs the $200 Fitbit watch.
I'm using an iPhone 6 Plus. The app DOES record my sleep (awake, light and deep state), it does record my steps, notifications DO work, music control DOES work and it displays what time and date it is.. that's enough for me. One of the "face displays" is of a snowy mountain and the weather. I wish it would actually display the current weather "snow/rain/fog/sunny" instead and I do wish the temperature would be the actual temperature instead of a fixed temperature reading. With that being said, if you activate the weather feature, you can swipe up to the weather: however, it does not display your locations. Weather app said I was 75*F and the screen said 85*/93* .. guessing for the lowest to highest. Very inaccurate and I don't know what city it was taking that data from.
I've showered with it w/ Zero damage. And I don't know how accurate, if at all, the heart rate monitor is. I was running on treadmill (185 heart rate according to the treadmill). Watch said 105. I had it tighter on my wrist as the instructions suggest when working out. No difference on how tight I made it.
Rating the App, Not the Device
The device is what it is, an inexpensive knock off of a Fitbit. The app, that’s what this review is for (as reviews should be in the App Store). It presents the information well enough. Graphs are easy to read. Colors aren’t obnoxious. Where it fails is in its usability. Interface isn’t terrible. What would be intuitive, swiping left or right to see a different metric, isn’t there. You tap on the metric name to bring it into focus. When you tap on “Today,” it allows you to scroll left and right, unlike the main screen, to see values for different days. You can even go to that day to bring it up but as an afterthought, they added the words “back to today” in the upper right. There’s a catch though: there isn’t enough room so it actually reads “back...oday.” A simple “back” would have sufficed. Lastly, the details screen is lacking what it purports to even contain. It’s just overalls for the three categories. That is more a function of the device only measuring what it does. But the graphs, especially the heart rate graph, just show overalls, or in the case of heart rate, your resting heart rate each day. Why? It would be nice to switch what the graph shows, but alas, that function doesn’t exist. Missed opportunity. I guess you get what you pay for, it in this case, got for free.
Works, but needs repairs
The app basically works on my iPhone 5 with my wrist device and enables me to access data from it, but there are many problems. The graphic trace of heart rate while exercising used to be very good, very detailed, but now it's gone. The only useful (and seemingly accurate) information with the later app versions is the average and maximum heart rates. Non-exercising heart rate is still nicely shown on a plot, although very coarse (that's OK with me). However, the definitions of "average" and "resting" heart rates are obviously wrong. Often "average" is lower than "resting." I highly doubt the accuracy of "deep" and "light" sleep, and the laughable "wake sleep" often doesn't detect when I'm awake, even when I get out of bed (although it *usually* does the latter). One sees English mistakes in several places. For example, a pop-up says "Get it" when it should say "Got it." The app developer needs to get a better speaker/writer of English to help him or her improve it.
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- 93.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.