1. WPCentral Question's Avatar
    I have Nokia Lumia 730, could it synchronize with ZeWatch2
    05-23-2015 11:55 PM
  2. -8-'s Avatar
    Yes, look at the official website:
    MyKronoz - The Smartwatch designed in Switzerland - ZeWatch2
    Windows Phones with bluetooth 4.0 are supported, which includes the Lumia 730.

    Link to the app in the Windows Store:
    ZeWatch | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
    05-24-2015 04:53 AM
  3. hotphil's Avatar
    It'll only support basic profiles such as Caller ID. There's no device other than Band that supports anything complex with Windows Phone.
    05-24-2015 05:54 AM
  4. -8-'s Avatar
    It'll only support basic profiles such as Caller ID. There's no device other than Band that supports anything complex with Windows Phone.
    Where do you base this on? Look at the official website and look at the official app description. Both clearly state the features that are compatible with Windows Phone. Moreover, I know that the official Fitbit app and third party apps of Xiaomi's Mi Band support almost all the features they also offer for iOS and Android.
    05-24-2015 06:03 AM
  5. hotphil's Avatar
    Well, Fitbit doesn't support any notifications from Windows Phone. It syncs its own data, but no "smart" functions.
    No device other than Band does.
    Despite what the start-ups say they'll be able to do.
    05-24-2015 06:10 AM
  6. hotphil's Avatar
    Also, no notifications as per their own website:

    https://mykronoz.zendesk.com/hc/en-u...are-available-

    "[Windows Phone users] Currently smartphone notifications are not available for Windows Phone users."

    And

    https://mykronoz.zendesk.com/hc/en-u...Windows-Phone-
    05-24-2015 06:11 AM
  7. -8-'s Avatar
    Define "smart" functions? It's of course true that none of these smart watches or fitness trackers are as complex as the Microsoft Band. And it's true that they might not have all functions yet of their iOS/Android counterpart apps. But this doesn't mean that they can have all the functions in future updates. For example, the Xiaomi Mi Band third party apps supports notifications but no sleep tracking, but the Fitbit app does support sleep tracking. The Fitbit app didn't support run tracking, but now it does. Also the Fitbit app now supports Cortana (in beta).
    05-24-2015 06:42 AM
  8. hotphil's Avatar
    Well, for me, the smarts are things I had a years back with Android/iOS - SMS notifications, email notifications, Twitters and Facebooks notifications, music controls etc.
    None of those things are available on any smartwatch that claims "compatibility" with Windows Phone.
    05-24-2015 06:55 AM
  9. -8-'s Avatar
    Ah yes it seems that none of the supported smartwatches seem to be able to display notifications on their screens if they have any. Maybe it's something Microsoft hasn't enabled yet in their Windows Phone API? The weird thing is that you can for example sync a silent alarm to a smartwatch.. Isn't that just as complex as to sending a notification to a smartwatch?
    05-24-2015 07:46 AM

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