Healthy For Love!
FITINDEX is the top app to be a healthier. The app can track
your body compositions (BMI, body fat percentage , body water , bone mass , the
rate of subcutaneous fat , visceral fat levels, basal metabolism body age ,
muscle mass and so on)，and cloud -based intelligent...
Need to fix “weight” and “goal weight” calculations ASAP
The app was easy enough to set up with my scale as per the written directions that came with it, but as a tall woman, the “ideal weight” scale is downright insulting. All of the other metrics seem to be calculated fairly accurately from what I know, but my even my “goal weight” would fall inside the “high” weight. Currently it says I’m severely obese even though my BMI is in the normal range (even if it’s not where I want it to be). This is a pretty simple calculation, so it’s a reasonable expectation that this be fixed so that the weight category and goal weight indicators are actually useful in any way if you’re not the “average” height for your gender, which is what I’m assuming this is based off of right now. Other than that, the app syncs up with the Apple health app instantly and therefore my Apple Watch apps as well, so I’m happy. I just can’t imagine releasing a version of an app where the first thing you see when you log your weight is an error. It’s a huge huge oversight.
Love the app! I love the UI of Body Fat%, BMI, Weight, etc
I love this app, I use it almost daily for measuring my Body Fat and Weight, along with many other features! 👍🙏😊💪 So, to make this app much, much better, here are some UI / UX features ideas and bugs to be squished that would take this app to another level: 🐛📈 I love seeing my chart of the “x amount of months”, on the “TRENDS” page but imagine being able to go to the Chart Screen / Page and being able to see the results in “Landscape” mode!? That way the chart becomes full screen and we can scroll / screenshot a certain period that way! That would be an amazing add-on. That would be an amazing UI / UX experience. I especially also love the Apple Watch app that was just introduced. I just got an Apple Watch and it is very handy to measure it right away. I did notice a few bugs. Sometimes the weight is measured but the app on the watch still says “Connecting / Measuring”. I wish it said the message saying “Measured” after was measured along with a subtle vibration. Kind of like where in app the circle with dots rotate. That would be amazing. Another thing is that sometimes I get logged out in my phone after using the Apple Watch saying I’ve used the account somewhere else. This is kind of annoying! Please fix those bugs! Otherwise I love it!!! Thank you! - MESH
Short test period but so far impressed.
Startup and pairing as well as my first few inputs of weight have all run smoothly without any hiccups. The data sent immediately to my iPhone app with a cute little beep indicating new scale measurement! (Even when app is not running). Upon user signup it automatically asked to configure with apple health and then immediately to my Fitbit health. Both wireless syncs went on without any issues. My only complaint is I'm unsure about the accuracy. I did 3 measurements over the course of a half an hour and all came out vastly different. I had not removed clothing now eaten or use restroom. Weights came to be 151, 148, and then 142 lbs. I'm only unsure which one to trust and wyybshiuke I trust that one as oppose to the others. I need to know the scale is not going all Willy nilly between measurements
Like the categories it has
I love the app when I first got it. I love all the categories it measures. In the beginning when I got it July 2018 It was accurate with my weight according to my height. But then the app changed its normal and obsess settings and it lost a star, maybe more. It was accurate before the changes. I was over weight and outside my range originally and I agree with that. Now it’s telling me I’m normal. I think it needs to accommodate the person’s height because I read another person’s review here and she didn’t like it because she was tall. I liked it because it fittted me. For a short person 130lbs is way over weight, like the previous setting said it is. We should have a choice to keep the old setting or not.
I’m editing my review! I posted a negative review a week or so ago because some data points changed drastically. Come to find out I didn’t have the athletic mode turned on. I’m a big guy ~230, but I do exercise 3 or 4 times a week. That including cycling at a minimum of 100 miles a week. I didn’t realize i needed to turn that mode on for it to correctly calculate for my body time. I emailed the developer and they quickly told me that somehow I managed to turn that mode off, and boom the data is good again. Very happy with my purchase of the scale and the app. I actually bought my best friend a scale as well!
I had a weight watchers scale before that decided to upgrade and get this scale. After reading these reviews about the app I’m not sure why people are freaking out but the data in this app sure seems to be correct. I haven’t had any issues with my scale I just bought it today is ago. And as far as arranges go everything is accurate. If people are having an issue and giving this app two or three stars they should start evaluating their daily activity. 131lbs 19% body fat 5-1” 29 years BMI 24... that’s accurate to all the information I had before this scale...
Good feedback, poor customization options
I love the scale. It’s consistent. Easy to use and reliable. The app is easy to use for the most part. But there is no way to customize your view. BMI is at the top row of the metrics list and it is a terrible measure for fitness. Even according to the numbers provided in the app I would have to have around 2% body fat to not be considered “overweight”. It’s a useless, antiquated measure that shouldn’t even be used to measure health or fitness ever. So it’s annoying that it’s at the top of my metrics list and I can’t eliminate it or even move its position for that matter. They should eliminate from the app altogether, but if not then at least let the viewer choose what they see.
I’ve just bought a scale that this app goes with a few days ago. So far I’ve loved both. The apps information is presented in an easy to read manner and I like the way colors are used on the numbers to let you quickly know what you need to improve. I’m not sure how accurate these readings are but if you weigh yourself around the same time each day I’ve found that to be the best. I love this app and scale a lot and theyre helping me stay motivated on my weight loss journey.
When I click on either “weight”, “body fat”, or “BMI”, it takes me to the calendar. However, it takes me to the day I use the app/scale for the very first time, and not to the current month and day, so it’ll take me to the month of July 21 and I have to use the arrows to find the current month and day, which is a huge pain. Can you fix this so when I click on either “weight”, “body fat”, or “BMI”, it takes me to the calendar and on the current month and day?
Won’t complete registration
I purchased the scale that this works with but I continue getting an error that says the server is unavailable when trying to register an account. Update...I received prompt response from support and was able to resolve the error by turning wifi off and using cellular data only to sign up. Once I was able to sign in I was able to turn wifi on with no problems and it has been working perfectly since then.
Nice, but there's a huge flaw
The app and scale work fine. It's very convenient and informative. We have no issues having multiple users. My biggest beef is with the recommended weight range. I don't know what it's based off of, but it's not individualized AT ALL! My Fat-Free Body Weight is 116 lbs yet my Standard Weight Range is 103 lbs - 126 lbs. Am I really expected to have 8% body fat or less? As a female? The standard body fat percentage for a female is 20%-25%. That would put me at 145 lbs - 155 lbs, and that's if I maintain my current muscle mass. PLEASE FIX THIS FEATURE!!! It's an easy formula: fat-free body weight / (1 - body fat percentage) and you'd use different BFP for different percentage ranges.
Great app, but friends feature is broken
The app functionality is great, syncs with the scale without a hitch and been using it for several months now. I’ve recommended the scale to a few friends so now three of us have it, but the “add friends” feature on the app doesn’t seem to work at all, which was a disappointment (friends never received any email to link after requesting, couldn’t figure out what else to do). Still good for personal data, but the social features seem to not work.
Decent app, needs some additions
Good app to get you started. There’s a lot of information that’s overwhelming at first, but once you get used to weighing yourself daily and at the same time, you can learn a lot about your body. I’d give five stars if it kept track of all the measurements it took (muscle mass, visceral fat, protein, etc). It only tracks 5 categories (that if you’re not trying to lose weight, aren’t very useful). If those things are important to you, make sure to write them down.
Really like it (minus one thing)
Really like the information gleaned from the scale and app. I don't hold it 100% gospel but it is motivating to see changes in things beyond weight. One major thing that could be improved is on the trends tab, the spacing for the category icons and the label should be adjusted. Currently on an 11 pro, I can see the full icon and the tip tops of the letters in the name for that category. Correct that and offer a night mode and this is 5 star for me.
Great Scale companion!
I was looking to auto record scale measurements and this app sold me! It makes tracking a breeze. It could use some improvements: 1) if you started before you got this, you can manually enter weight/body fat%, but the date will be wrong. You can’t compare to current date. They should let you enter that at set up. 2) for weight the cutoff for excessive is BMI 23.0. In western cultures cutoffs is usually 25.0. I wish you could customize that.
Yes. FITINDEX is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 367 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.1/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for FITINDEX Is 50.0/100.
Yes. FITINDEX is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 367 FITINDEX User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for FITINDEX Is 50.0/100.
FITINDEX works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
Leave a comment: