Fitbit: Health & Fitness
Activity, Sleep & Nutrition
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KadyB2002 - 2020-09-29 21:09:03
I’ve been using Fitbit for 5 years now. The app is a great, reliable, tool that provides many different ways to keep up with personal health information. Until recently, I would have given the app 5 stars, but the change to fitness zones recently (as opposed to active minutes), has me quite frustrated. I see the benefit of the zone minutes, but it isn’t customizable, nor does the algorithm factor in a person’s age. At 40 years old, the zone calculation has me in line with a 25 year old’s cardio and peak zones, which is almost unachievable. This has been addressed many times on their discussion forum, but development has not made changes yet. Overall, excellent product though with goals in-line with what I am looking for - better health and tracking.
Suzeywag - 2020-09-29 21:32:15
Kicks out of location data unless on always
I am on my third fitbit and have used it for several years. Suddenly in my runs when I want to map my run, tracking the distance and pace, the app repeatedly asks me to turn on location services. I don’t want it “on always” and set it for “while using.” Well it doesn’t like that setting and sets back to Never and kicks me out of tracking my run. It only works if I set it to “always.” So I had to use another tracking app (set to “while using”) to use instead.
Stylish Nsna - 2020-09-29 21:01:38
My Fitbit has helped me to be cognizant of my daily and hourly steps as well as my heart beats per minute. Since I am 74 years young it’s important to me to stay as active as I can. I purchased a stylish gold band and it looks more like jewelry and I feel it is attractive instead of some of the bulky alternatives.