Mi Fit application for smartphones just received its recent update taking it to v4.0.12. This update in software has solved the Bluetooth problems faced by iOS users aside from fixing other minor issues as well.

This smartphone application carries support for Amazfit Bip, Mi Scale, Mi Band, Amazfit Pace, Mi Body Composition Scale and other several devices. It tracks and monitors your day to day activity and your sleep patterns. It is focused on keeping its users motivated for their exercises and work out routines. All this eventually helps in encouraging the users to live a healthy life and develop healthy habits.

Mi Fit went through a major redesign during this past summer. A brand new interface was introduced which had a much more minimalistic approach with a blend of modern outlook. Overall, it received a somewhat mixed feedback from its users from this new redesign. New look has impressed some of the users while others believe they have to get to the relevant information after more clicks than it should take.

This recent update, however, has not made any major changes in the outlook as it was only focused on fixing any minor issues. It has a size of not more than 19.7mb. Users of iOS 13 were facing the problem of not receiving their notifications properly, which has now been addressed. After updating, users are also advised to visit System Settings à Bluetooth and switch on system notifications from there by clicking the “(i)” there for the connected device. This new version of update has also added support of NFC for some Asian cards as well aside from fixing some few other minor bugs.

Mi has made a name for itself, thanks to its low cost highly efficient activity tracker wrist band. Just recently it launched its first smart watch as well under the Mi brand name. With many impressive products, Xiaomi has made itself a front runner in the industry of wearables.