Pacer is able to pull the steps from your Apple Watch or other wearable device(compatible with Apple Health), but you'll need to enable Apple Health syncing for it to do so:
1. Within Pacer, go to the 'Me' page
2. Look for 'Settings'
3. Look for 'Apple Health'
4. Activate Activity Syncing
Note that when you turn on the option to sync with Apple Health, you'll most likely want to enable read and write for all the data types (at least calories, steps, distance and workouts). Otherwise you may find not all your data is syncing properly with the Watch or wearable device.
Wearable device(compatible with Apple Health)
We use Mi band as an example here.
1. Install "Mi Fit" on your phone
2. Open "Health", go to "Source" and find "Mi Fit"
3. Turn "All Categories On" on
4. Back to "Mi Fit" app, Sync your Mi Band with "Mi Fit"
5. Once you finished the syncing, the step data collected by Mi band will transmit to Apple Health.
* The step data from Mi Band will transfer to Apple Health first, and Apple Health will calculate and integrate all source of data, so the steps showing in Health, Pacer and Mi Fit might be different.
** User usually place their phone and their wearable device in different places, so this may cause different step counting between the phone and the wearable device.
There is a delay of data transmitting between the phone and the wearable device, so if user open Pacer at that particular time, you may found your steps decreasing or increasing rapidly in Pacer.