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Kinsa Smart Stick

(16 794)
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Free
Category
Medical & Health & Fitness
Last Update
Dec 17, 2019
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16 794

Avg rating,
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⭐4.8

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Let Kinsa guide you from the first sign of sickness through recovery and beyond! As seen in Apple’s “Parenthood” commercial.<br><br>Easily track temperatures, symptoms and medication for each family member. Remember details such as when symptoms began, how high the fever got, or when to give another dose of medication and share it with another caregiver or your doctor. Temperature data integrates seamlessly with HealthKit and the Health app.<br><br>Kinsa’s new Care Recommendation feature gives you peace of mind with age-specific fever and symptom guidance in real-time - so you can know when it’s important to take extra precaution or see a doctor.<br><br><br>The free Kinsa app works best with one of Kinsa’s award-winning, pediatrician-recommended thermometers, available for purchase online and in retail stores across the U.S.<br>

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Granniebliz
Mar 18, 2018

I bought this Thermometer last year when my husband and I had the flu and all of my Battery Thermometers had dead batteries. Problem is, today when I needed to use it, I realized that it requires a headphone port and my newly updated iPhone 8 doesn’t have a headphone port. I had an IPhone 6 when I bought the Kensa Thermometer. I did some internet searching and learned that an adapter came with my new iPhone 8 and sure enough I found it still in the box that the phone came in. Now I’m back to using this Thermometer and it’s working beautifully. Maybe this info will help someone else with an updated iPhone. I think IPhone 7 also has no headphone jack. Not sure if it included the adapter though.

melodio79
Nov 19, 2018

We bought this thermometer for our newborn who is under 2 months old. For newborns under 3 months, a fever of 100.4 is an emergency. This thermometer indicated that our newborn had a fever on 3 separate occasions, one reading as high as 100.9. This caused us to go to the emergency room where they drew blood (which is very hard on a baby under two months). They had to try twice to draw her blood because her veins are so small. They also took urine samples to rule out a UTI and talked about a possible SPINAL TAP to find out if she had meningitis! At this point, we wondered if the thermometer was the problem and we bought a rectal thermometer at CVS. The Kinsa thermometer consistently read high compared to the CVS thermometer, as high as 2 degrees. Based on the CVS thermometer, our baby never even had a fever! This was also verified at the hospital when they re-checked her temperature. This thermometer is highly inaccurate and needs to be taken off the market. Had we not thought to verify its accuracy, we may have put our newborn through more invasive procedures (spinal tap) that were unnecessary.

Bee-Ten
Oct 24, 2018

Horrible software & hardware. At least now they’re selling your data maybe about your sick child to Clorox! “Being able to target ads in this way is a big shift from even seven years ago, when the onset of cold and cough season meant buying 12 weeks of national TV ads that “would be irrelevant for the majority of the population,” Mr. Sarma said. The flu ultimately reaches the whole country each year, but it typically breaks out heavily in one region first and then spreads slowly to others.” Original Kinsa stopped working when I went from an iPhone 5 to an iPhone 6. Kinsa never mentioned this in any app update notes. I complained so they sent me a replacement (eventually THREE REPLACEMENTS) that were all supposed to be iPhone 6 compatible. All failed with Error 3 4 despite two being the proper lot number. Why the sent me the first replacement that even they knew was incompatible? Beyond me. They even refunded my money and sent another Kinsa. It didn't work either and never replied to me. How are they in business if they can't even test the product before the ship it after multiple failures? I don't understand. A cheap drug store thermometer works better and is faster. The original Kinsa that sometimes worked with my iPhone 5 was slow and flakey. Totally unreliable. Who would have guessed the "iPhone 6 compatible" update would be worse and completely non-functional. Kinsa is 0-4. Hard to say that's a fluke.

emerence
Dec 10, 2018

We don’t have our thermometer 🌡 yet but I’m told it should be coming home with one of my kids this week so I can’t yet say anything about that part but I’ve been using the app for about 3 weeks or so anyway. My only complaint so far is that I cannot change the time stamp of when the symptoms are put in. I’m a busy mother of 7 kids and I can’t always immediately turn on the app to put in their symptoms and sometimes I forget to do it until way later (i.e. my daughter was sick last night but I didn’t get it into the app until this morning). I don’t know about you but I would prefer to be able to have accurate information about the time as well as the rest of it. Please fix this and I’d gladly give a 5th star.

Bbhhop
Jan 18, 2018

I tell everyone about this thermometer! I love it. The fact that it has profiles for the whole family, I can keep track of everything in one place, when the doctor asks when something happened or symptoms started I can actually be confident that I’m giving an accurate answer 👍 (even when loopy from lack of sleep 😴) Never need to worry about the batteries in the thermometer again 🤗🤗 I have been frustrated on a couple of occasions with not being able to get an accurate reading on the first, or second, attempt. Which is maddening when trying to care for a sick infant. 😠 Overall though this is by far my favorite new baby gadget.

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About Kinsa Smart Stick

Developed by Transform Health Inc..

Kinsa Smart Stick is ranking in   Medical & Health & Fitness

Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 9.0.7.

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Kinsa Smart Stick have a 16 794a user reviews.

Kinsa Smart Stick was released in the App Store. It is developed by Transform Health Inc., who have also released the following apps.

Kinsa Smart Stick has 16 794 user reviews.​

Kinsa Smart Stick has an average rating of 4.8. ​The latest version of Kinsa Smart Stick 9.0.7​ ​​was ​released on Dec 17, 2019​.

You can download Kinsa Smart Stick ​here

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