This is easily the biggest piece of crapola that I have ever bought. The absolute worst thing about this, besides the terrible UI (which really really takes a long time to understand and use effectively- if it can even be said to be used effectively) is the bluetooth connectivity. It always needs to be re-paired and given that the BT always cuts out, you need to manually click a pairing mode every time. There are small apps like LiveviewCharm that minimize the amount of pairing you need to do, but overall, its a terrible piece of crap and really should never have been released. The fact that it even needs BT to display anything, even a simple time app is ridiculous considering it always loses its BT connectivity. So it cant store anything at all.UPDATE: I've started to use it again in the last few weeks and I do like having it when it works- the notifications on my wrist are good (I get notified on my LiveView before my phone on texts, but FB messenger updates only every fifteen minutes minimum so thats a bit too slow for me. When it works, its pretty reliable and I like having it on because I am in environments where I miss notifications on my phone pretty easily. However that BT pairing problem is really annoying and I wish it would just autoconnect- it loses signal way to easy and its annoying to have to reconnect all the time. Thats kind of a deal breaker for me but considering I got this for 23 bucks CDN on ebay I'm ok with that. For regular price? I'd return it in a heartbeat. In consideration of how under-developed third generation smart watches are now, I'm more forgiving of the liveviewSecond UPDATE: Now with the Galaxy Note II getting Android 4.3 the liveview connects by pressing the connect button without having the go on the phone and accept the Bluetooth pairing request- this is HUGE and much appreciated. Unfortunately the battery now seems to drain really quickly and only a day's worth happens now. I'd take that over annoying BT pairing requests. I also broke the watch attachment- its IMPOSSIBLE to remove the device from the watch attachment to charge it. Not a great design IMO.