Open your iPhone's Settings app and scroll down until you find ActivityTracker.
Tap on ActivityTracker and make sure you have Motion & Fitness active.
Also from the Settings app select Privacy > Health. Tap on ActivityTracker and select Turn All Categories On.
Do you have Sync Watch and Health activated in the app's Profile settings? If so, make sure you wait up to 10 minutes before the steps are updated.
ActivityTracker can read motion data from both your iPhone and your Apple Watch.
In case you take steps with your Apple Watch alone you need to activate the syncing between your iPhone and your Watch in order to have the steps showing in ActivityTracker. To activate the sync you need to upgrade to PRO and enable Sync Watch & HealthKit in the app's Profile settings.
ActivityTracker reads the motion data from the motion processor in your iPhone or Apple Watch. It's the same data displayed by the Apple Health app. According to various tests the motion processor is very accurate, as accurate as a dedicated tracker like FitBit, Jawbone, you name it.
A flight of stair climbed is considered when you gain 10 feet (3 meters) in elevation and take about 16 steps. This is a very sensitive measurement which can be wrong sometimes.
ActivityTracker reads the flights of stairs climbed from the Motion Processor in your iPhone or from Apple Health if you have activated Sync Watch & Health in the app's Profile settings.
We take your privacy very seriously. We do not share or sell information about our customers. Ever. Our business model is to make money from upgrades to the PRO version and from in-app advertising.
More so, all your motion data is stored in the app on your iPhone and nothing is sent to our servers. If you delete the app you delete all motion data gathered by ActivityTracker.
ActivityTracker reads the steps and flights of stairs climbed from the motion processor in your iPhone. The motion processor stores data for the last 7 days so we can get this historical data at first launch.
ActivityTracker uses scientific formulas to calculate those variables as accurately as possible. The distance is calculated from the steps you took and by taking into account your height and your sex. The burned calories are calculated from your steps and by taking into account your Weight, Height and Sex.
To delete your activity data (without settings) go to Data Management > Delete data in the app's Profile settings.
You can also just delete the app from your iPhone. Then install the app again for a fresh start.
It can happen if the app data gets corrupted somehow (for example by importing a custom XML with bad formatting). The solution is to delete the app from your iPhone and then reinstall it. Since the historical data can be imported from Apple Health no data should be lost.
If you take steps with your Apple Watch and without your iPhone you will not see the steps cumulated between your Apple Watch and iPhone unless you activate syncing from the app's Profile settings > Sync Watch & Health.
If you have upgraded to PRO but the Complications on your Watch face still show no data then open the ActivityTracker app on your iPhone and update anything in the app's Profile settings (like Weekly Target), then open the Watch app and your complications should be updated.
If this does not solve it, you can also try to swipe and change a few watch faces, then change back to your current face. If still not working, try to restart your Apple Watch.
As a last resort you can try to reinstall the Watch app:
After downloading ActivityTracker on your iPhone you need to open the Watch app then
select My Watch and scroll down until you find ActivityTracker. Then tap Install.
Troubleshooting: If you can't see the ActivityTracker app listed there, restart your iPhone and try again.
Have you activated Sync Watch & Health in the app's Profile settings? If not both your iPhone and Apple Watch will record steps independently.
Do the steps reported in ActivityTracker on your iPhone differ from the steps reported in ActivityTracker on your Apple Watch?
Try to restart both your iPhone and Watch. If this does not solve the problem you may try to delete and reinstall ActivityTracker. If the problem still persists, contact us from within the app and also mention the Watch type and watchOS version.
If you have upgraded to PRO and enabled in the app's Profile settings: Sync Watch & Health, then
you can add steps manually in the Apple Health app and they will show up in ActivityTracker.
Open the Health app, go to Steps and tap on the plus sign (top right corner) then select the date and add your steps. The newly added steps will show-up in the Health app as well as ActivityTracker.
If you are still seeing ads it means that your purchase has not gone trough so you can select Buy PRO again without worries of being doubly charged.
We do not handle payments but Apple does through iTunes. So when you select Buy PRO, Apple will charge your credit card on file in your iTunes account. iTunes makes sure you will not be doubly charged and you can see your payments history in your account.
If you have previously bought the PRO version and you have reinstalled or updated the app, but the PRO version was not automatically reactivated and you see ads, you can activate the PRO version manually.
In the iPhone app, just close the ads (top-right corner of the ad) and select Restore Purchase. You can also trigger the dialog from the app's Profile settings by tapping on Sync Watch and Health.
If your question has not been answered above, you can contact us from within the app. Go to the app's Profile settings and select Contact Us. Please keep the information automatically added (app version, iOS version) since this will greatly help us help you.
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