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Of the apps I’ve tried that do similar things, this one seems to track my location the most accurately, and display this data very nicely with the ability to share photos and videos too. I see the update today supports export of gpx and csv data, but it needs to support importing those data types as well... Also, the reason I came here today to write this review is that I am suggesting to implement more track editing abilities. Sometime last night the gps tracking bounced my position somewhere in the middle of nowhere [though my device had never moved] and likewise created an hours long track to some “unknown place” and back again in the morning. I was able to delete the erroneous [car] track, but now I am stuck with a 7+ hours stay at this unknown location and I cannot delete the place point. If I am going to pay for the subscription, I really want to be able to have a concise and complete record of my movement data which is going to involve more abilities to edit my tracks—maybe even draw them on the map if the gps tracking fails again? Overall, I think this is the best app of its kind currently on the App Store. Good job!
I really miss the old moves and you guys are hitting it! I wish there was a way to pay you for it, I was using an another app for a little bit and every time I opened up the app they said I needed to pay for it Before I could even figure out if it was worth it. It irritated me so much that I quit using it because I never really could figure out some of its nuances and wasn’t very user-friendly. You guys are great now I’m looking for a way to pay you and I can’t! Keep up the good work I really appreciate it
Since losing the original Movies app, I have tried many apps and this comes the closest in tracking your daily activity. I feel this is the best app out there but the fact that without giving any forewarning switching to a subscription model is in bad taste. Since upgrading 2 days ago, it has tracked absolutely nothing. So in short, no warnings of the upcoming changes and then on top of that it locks you out, stops tracking and doesn’t even notify you of the stoppage. I wish I could give it zero stars for the shady practice. To Developer: Thank you for your response. I have no issues with you charging for the app. My issue is with you not giving your users, who have helped you get the app where it is, a chance to decide if they want to pay or not. You did not give any warnings that this was coming up in the new release. What you did was blindsiding your users and alienating them.
Took the app off my phone today. Definitely not the same as the old recently removed Moves. Had this app on my phone for 3 days and it never showed where I went, time and other things like the original Moves would show. All it gave me within 3 days is the day I viewed it (today) and how many steps I took on this day. What about yesterday and the day before that?? One bubble showed only of how many steps I took today. Couldn’t add a landmark of where I went like home or work or any other place. I can use my Fitbit for steps I’ve taken for the day and even that app shows all the prior days steps. The old Moves was awesome to see where you went for the day. If I drove or took transportation or walked. It was even better in showing how many hrs I was at work, what time I arrived and left. Sorry this was useless to me.
I am thankful for a good start to a Moves replacement. I was able to do the import just before Moves shut down. However, lots of basic things needed. The option for imperial unites (miles). A way to back up your database. Moves was famous for corrupting its database, but they had an effective was to restore it. They either need their own server backup, or a backup to iCloud. The ability to edit your locations, change mode of transportation etc. Lastly, battery life seems pretty terrible. It has been sucking up a LOT of batter life. Granted, Moves was pretty bad for that originally, but they fixed that a good time ago. The UI is pretty well nailed, it really does look like the old Moves. Let’s hope it keeps getting better.
Developed by the Jianhua Jiao,
who have also released the following apps Move X .
Move X has 560 user reviews.
Move X has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Move X (2.5.9) was released on Jan 06, 2020.
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A virtualized health life. A must-have for outdoors and travels.
1. Move X auto-recognizes your activities like walking ,running, cycling and transporting without manual records. There is the
overview of your life, work, exercise and travel.
2. Updated UI. Not only a step counter, Move X gives you a visualized display of a whole day with map & timeline.
3. Move X provides you multiple analysis like trip records, commute reports, exercise statistics and weekly/monthly summaries.
4. Hey! Share your nice trips! You can choose routes to get a map picture or 3D video to share with your friends!
5. Data export: Move X support to export gpx files of your data.
Move X gets your location information on the background. This will affect battery usage. We suggest you to charge your iPhone at least once everyday, to keep your iPhone in optimal operation. Move X will not affect your normal use.
HEALTH APP INTEGRATION:
Move X reads and shows you the following data from the Health app (HealthKit):
- Walking + Running Distance
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