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The Skagen app syncs with your Skagen Hybrid Smartwatch to keep you connected. The app allows you to track your sleep and activity, take photos, control your music, set personal goals, receive text and email notifications and more. This app is Healthkit compatible. Download it now to get started.
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The font used in the app is quite hard to read. I am 34 with perfect vision. I only look at the app at night when I'm setting the alarm. Dark room, night mode, thin artistic font, greyed out numbers- just hard to see. Would also be nice if the watch vibrated when my phone alarm went off. As it stands I have to set the alarm in the app for the watch vibration and my regular iPhone alarm for the noise. The vibration on the Hald hybrid was not strong enough to wake me for the first few mornings and occasionally since so I have to set a back up. The vibration does wake me most mornings now after about a month. I also have not figured out how to sync the sleep metrics with the default iPhone health app. Lastly, the watch had been indicating my husband was calling/texting/emailing when he was sitting next to me driving, doing none of those things.
Dark mode. Nuff said. Bring back the mode button option, with the option of setting a different function to the long press. I would love to have a button work as the mode button on short press and ring my phone on the long press. Export all data to Apple Health. It would be nice to get sleep tracking and other data into an interface that can be cross referenced with data points Skagen doesn't track. By being able to see a connection between say, getting less sleep and gaining weight, the data gathered by the watch would become a lot more useful. Add a scroll indicator to the right side of the app tabs. When I first used the app I had no idea that there were additional views for the data when you scroll down. Having a narrow indicator on the right side would hint at additional features without disrupting the design. Open Source? If the app isn't going to be maintained in the future, open sourcing the app would let those of us who love our Skagen Hybrid watches continue to develop features for some of the best looking activity trackers ever made. Things like using the accelerometer for input (tapping ...---... on your watch to engage SOS, flicking it twice to answer a phone call, etc.) or custom button combinations to launch specifics apps could be added on top of established features to extend the platform's utility even further. Overall: love the hardware, don't hate the software, just think there's a lot of untapped potential.
Love the watch. Hard to find an activity tracker/smart watch with a classic look. Most look sporty or techie, but this is great if you want an everyday watch you can wear to business meetings while still logging activity and storing data. My concern is the large discrepancy between actual distance traveled and what the app reports. I wear it while running, but I suppose the stride length is fixed and based on an average step. Probably takes height into the equation? Even walking 1 mile slowly (yes, wrist is free and to the side) equates to roughly .8 mi. To the developers, would increasing my height 2-3 inches get a more accurate result? It’d be cool to have a run setting we could select prior to cardio workouts to account for longer strides and produce more accurate distances. I had a Huawei Watch, very impressive, but it totally died and no one services them.
One thing I have to state about almost all fitness trackers in general… Make the data modifiable and correctable! In other words… I know when I go to sleep, I know when I wake up, and if the fitness tracker is incorrect about said data points, then I should be given the liberty to correct it. The fact that Fitbit is the only interface that allows a person to correct or enter this information manually (within limits, because even these dummies don’t let you touch step data) is a little retarded. (Meaning... that it retards the process of logging your health practices and information.) Not everything should be automated people. We are not machines. Kind face, We know ourselves better then the machines that monitor our daily habits. So give us the liberty to correct their mistakes and fix this ridiculous oversight in the software. (FTR... this software is better then 90% of the other softwares out there. Fossil, Garmin and Apple are only one star and Fitbit got 3)
Love the watch and the concept of a pseudo-smart mechanical analog watch. Looks great and mostly meets my expectations. The app however is overly designed aesthetically and more attention is needed on the basic functions and ensuring the GUI is more usable. Light grey tiny font on a white background is very difficult to read. Thin light grey lines are also hard to see. The interface with iOS contacts is clunky. Not sure which contact data base is used (iCloud) and/or if a contact has multiple numbers or emails Im not sure they are all covered. If I set all texts or all phone call alerts and a personal contact alert I will sometime not be alerted (do they cancel each other?). I’ve all tested and found that sometimes I’m not notified of a text (are SMS and iMessage texts treated the same?). Not getting notifications sometimes makes it hard to trust the watch, my guess is this is a software issue but maybe not. Either way it’d be great if these were fixed.
Developed by Fossil, Inc..
Skagen Hybrid Smartwatches is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jul 01, 2021and the current version is 4.1.0.
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Skagen Hybrid Smartwatches have a 257a user reviews.