According to a report by market research firm Wristly (via MacRumors), majority of early adopters of the Apple Watch are taking full advantage of the wearable’s health and fitness features, and are saying that the new gadget has motivated them to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Over 75% of survey participants either “Strongly Agree” or “Agree” that they have been standing more since receiving the Apple Watch, 67% of participants agreed that they walk more while 57% said they exercise more often.
Early adopters are generally satisfied with the Apple Watch’s health and fitness features, especially those included stock on the device. An aggregate 89% of survey participants were either “Very Satisfied” or “Satisfied” with the built-in Activity app, while around 80% were satisfied with the heart rate sensor and hourly standup reminders and just over 75% were satisfied with the Workout app.
Wristly’s survey also found that many early adopters are wearing the Apple Watch regularly. 86% of survey participants said they are still wearing the Apple Watch on a daily basis, while 12.3% wear it on most days, 1.3% go several days without wearing one and three respondents reported that they no longer wear the Apple Watch.
The research firm’s report concludes by highlighting that the Apple Watch has a 97% overall customer satisfaction rate.