HealthView app integrates with the Apple Health app and allows you to see your
health data in a broad clean way, by allowing you to drill down to more details
in an easy and quick way! Apple Watch complications will show your activity
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Why is this a subscription? It’s not a service there is no royalties to pay you don’t have to pay another service for data like weather apps do. This should not be a subscription. I would advise against this type of practice on the App Store and anyone considering this app think again as it only perpetrates this kind of awful business model. Even if you stumble upon this app/review do yourself and let developers know this kind of practice is not welcome but downloading, rate 1 star and delete the app.
Hoped it would cover the bases for those of us looking to transition from FitBit to AppleWatch3, however, the app doesn’t seem to automatically update the info it’s supposed to provide - Example: I’ve selected >HealthView> Total Calories to appear on the bottom of my watchface. To access this info I should only need to look at the watchface- but the app doesn’t update data unless I stop, launch the Healthview app on the watch, scroll thru the app and select/touch Total Calories, (along with ever other category of info I’d like to review on the watch) -only then is the info updated in the watchface... It’s astho the app defeats the entire point of itself. I’m hoping we’ll be seeing some fixes to this substantial problem soon.
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!
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