OPPO watches and band owners can now use their devices with their iPhones, thanks to OPPO’s HeyTap Health Companion app that entered the App Store.
Discovered by XDA developers, the HeyTap app allows users to collect and analyze fitness tracking data collected by Wearable. Users can personalize the clock face, adjust exercise and health settings, and sync tracking data with Apple Health.
Also, the app tracks SpO2 data from the band, and users can monitor their heart rate, sleep quality, and daily work goals. IOS notification support also includes so that OPPO users can get iPhone information on their wrist.
OPPO originated its clock in China last year, and the watch and band are already available in additional markets around the world. Its introduction to a design similar to the Apple Watch was found ridiculous in some circles.
OPPO HeyTap can download for free from the App Store. (Source)