They’re not time zones!
In addition to the normal time, Relativity shows what time it would be based on how much activity you’ve done. For example, if you’ve taken 7500 steps, Relativity will show 3 PM on the steps dial (assuming you’re active between 6 AM and 6 PM). Try to keep your activity time ahead of the actual time!
When you exercise hard, you can see the time on the activity dials move faster than normal time — up to 60× faster!
The lower left dial shows activity time based on how many calories you’ve burnt. Optionally, basal calories (ie, those you burn while inactive) can be subtracted.
The lower right dial shows activity time based on steps, distance or AZM.
Double-tap a dial to change its mode.
After you’ve reached today’s activity goal, the dial shows you’re doing tomorrow’s exercise with a +1.
* Always-On Display mode (on compatible watches)
* many color options
* stats popup (double-tap top of screen)
For more info, see the website.
Cost: $1 USD + tax.