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Like most people who've owned a Fitbit, I miss it, a lot. The Apple health apps are terrible but this gives me a convergence of both worlds. I like how easy all my health stats are to read and that it's fairly customizable. My only complaint is that the apple watch complication does not update very often. This morning my steps were reset on the complication but it was still showing my hydration and exercise minutes from yesterday. Had to reset the watch. It would be nice if it updated in real time and if you could add how much water you've had straight from the app. Aside from that though I'm quite happy with it. It seems to be accurate and matches my activity data almost completely. I don't usually buy apps but as someone who really loved the Fitbit platform this almost does the trick.
I was gifted an Apple Watch, I had a Fitbit. My main goal is to track my activity and health. I liked the Fitbit I only wished I could respond to messages. But because Apple and Fitbit can’t play nice that feature never worked. I was highly disappointed in the Apple Watch Activity app! The fact that I couldn’t see how many total calories burned is insanity. I had to go onto the phone app, and it was a footnote on a chart. It’s terrible!!! I was truly to the point of coming up with a way to ditch this thing! I’ve been searching the internet and somehow stumbled upon this app. I selected the free trial and I am immediately happy! It’s now the best of both worlds. I can see every feature I want and customize it, and use Apple features, like respond to texts! This app has truly saved the Apple Watch for me!
This app may single-handedly allow me to keep my Apple Watch. I was feeling very frustrated with the thought of losing the beautiful and simplistic fitbit layout that allows you to drill down and see information, but also has a dashboard that is simple and not overblown with information. Every app I had looked at that dissected Apple health info was either ugly and hard to understand, had too much information, or didn’t have enough information. This app has just the right amount of information, and even better customization than the Fitbit app had. The only thing left that this app doesn’t give me that I REALLY love in the fitbit app is the daily heart rate screen, along with the graph shown in color for the heart rate zones. Also the resting heart rate graph is really helpful for me. If they can add these two features, this finally gives the Apple Watch the same beautiful interface as the fitbit app. Thank you!
I have read many positive reviews but also a few negative ones. But I decided to try the app for myself. And I have to say that I really love it! I have been very frustrated this past year with the standard Health and Activity apps built into iOS. The data displayed (especially the Health App) is very difficult to read and manage. Although this app basically just copies over the same data, it displays it in a MUCH better way, with quite a bit of customization. And now I can easily see everything I want with just a quick glance. (I love the ‘Goals’ layout with dark mode). The only thing that I can’t figure out is where it is getting the data for Resting Calories. This is the one field that doesn’t ever match the data from the Health app. (And I assumed this app was just copying over the same info). It’s usually about 50 cal (or so) off each day. It’s not that big of a deal and I’m guessing it’s somehow calculating differently, but I’m curious to know how. My only wish is that they can eventually make this as an iPad app as well, with all the same data. I hate that there are no apps to show health data on iPad, so this would be a dream come true!
This is quantified self. Motivating and tons of data to dig into! Want a useful way to view your HealthKit data? This is it. I think this is exactly what Apple had in mind when they did not make HealthKit a fancy app. HealthKit is a secure database and interface. It was designed so that third parties could offer a variety of information displays and inputs to suit the consumers individual preferences. This app is an awesome dashboard to display lots of data, provides great insights through its averages and is even my preferred place to enter water/hydration. It's not perfect yet, but appears to be completely headed in the right direction. In conjunction with my Apple Watch, food logging app, and sleep tracking app the data passed through to HealthView is useful and motivating. Love the customization / flexibility. Love the little goals to measure against. The last update added more food insights and added some more useful averages so I hope this is a sign the developer is active and improving the product to make it even more helpful.
Developed by Reflectly ApS.
HealthView is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jul 26, 2021and the current version is 3.1.0.
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HealthView have a 4 705a user reviews.
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