----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)
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Ratings and Reviews
It doesn’t do all it said it could
I got this watch for Christmas for my family to get healthy together and I had a checklist of requirements that I wanted it to do, I made sure that the product I was looking at had a camera setting, customizable watch backgrounds, weather alerts, sms/app notifications from Snapchat, and blood oxygen level calculations. To my surprise the app compatible with my version of the watch doesn’t support any of these (well it has four lame backgrounds to choose from). There are other apps by the same company that are advertised as compatible and having these settings, but my watch won’t connect even though I thought I was getting an updated new version of the product. I read reviews that seemed to suggest that most versions of the watch are only compatible with some of the functions advertised. This is very disappointing since I did so much research on what the capabilities of the device were. I think that this company needs to make their different watch software compatibility clear. I think that when they update this app for this version, they need to deliver the capabilities that they advertised or make the different apps compatible with all the devices. Options in the app to use the watch as a phone camera remote, better alerts/notifications, smooth user interface, and better data analysis of collected information are all things that this company advertises and the app doesn’t deliver.
Great for the price
So I’ve had mine for approximately 24 hours now. My coworker has a couple of Fitbit devices we compared side by side and the interface on the device looks nearly identical. There are a few additional functions on this that are pretty cool that are not on the Fitbit! I especially like the picture taking function and the ability to skip forward, backward and pause songs on the Bluetooth connected device. The heart rate monitor and the sleep rate monitors work well and I liked the details you can view on the graphs in the app. So the cons... If you allow the gps function to be turned on, you will have to keep your phone on you to track your steps or it won’t count them. (what’s the point of using this if you are going to carry your phone, because then your phone is doing the tracking?) I love having the ability to use the device for weather capabilities, however, this is an area still needing improvement... the weather function requires you to turn on gps permission for updates on weather to push to your tracker. So at this point I’m toggling gps permission on and off so I can use all the features. The app has a lot of tools in it and it’s nice. I wish it would have the ability to allow certain functions access to gps so it won’t interfere with step tracking or weather updates. But so far I think it’s worth the money spent!
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.
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- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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