The latest version for the Amazfit smartphone app adds more workout data

The Amazfit app has recently seen an upgrade that has been made available to the general public. It adds additional data to the Workout Results section, a horizontal view of the charts, a fix for the notifications, and other enhancements.

This is the app that is used with a variety of watches created by Huami, including the Amazfit Stratos range, GTS, GTR, Nexo, Bip range, Verge range, Pace, and other models. Some of these watches have only been made available in the market during the past few months.

A few days ago, we had a look at the Amazfit GTS and the Amazfit GTR. Both of these watches have a fantastic appearance and come equipped with a multitude of fitness stats in addition to an integrated GPS system. And both make use of the Amazfit smartphone app, which is capable of doing the necessary tasks but could certainly benefit from some enhancements.

The application’s version 3.4.5 works toward the goal of making things better. For instance, the download of 272 megabytes brings with it more workout data on the page that displays the results of workouts. This covers the overall number of steps taken, the amount of time spent pausing, the total amount of time, and your maximum heart rate.

An additional enhancement is that users can now view the workout charts in a horizontal orientation within the application. If you want to get to the next page, all you have to do is click on the plus sign that is located at the top left of each chart. This will take you to the next page. Additionally, this enables you to layer data. For instance, if you are analysing Pace, you can superimpose this information with statistics on Heart rate or Altitude.

Users of some Amazfit devices have claimed that they are unable to receive smartwatch notifications on their timepieces after upgrading to iOS13. After the Amazfit app has been updated to Version 3.4.5, it will inquire as to whether or not the Bluetooth settings are configured appropriately. To accomplish this, you will need to manually access the Bluetooth settings on your iPhone and enable your watch so that it can receive notifications from your smartphone.

Last but not least, Huami has announced that it has implemented a schedule sync function for the Amazfit Verge and Amazfit Nexo smartwatches.

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