The latest update for the fitbit app turns the iPhone 5S into a fitness tracker without the need for any extra hardware.
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This is a revised version of my January 2013 review of GymPact, updated with new screenshots and insights into the app that allows you to earn (or lose) money by going (or not going) to the gym.
On their 2 year anniversary, GymPact expanded their offerings for earning money with health living by introducing two new pacts focused on healthy eating.
GymPact is a highly useful iPhone/Android app that motivates users to healthier lives by providing a financial incentive to working out.
MyFitnessPal is one of the most popular calorie counting apps in the app store. It is linked to the MyFitnessPal website with more resources there.
The Jawbone UP is a useful activity tracker that launched with much fanfare, but its defective hardware gave time for its competitors to steal its thunder.
Striiv announces its second generation Smart Pedometer with the new Activity Motivation System, which will be available at Best Buy retailers.
The Fitbit Ultra is a straightforward and solidly performing activity tracker that offers the most accurate and fully-featured data collection among its competition.
Healthper Inc., a Princeton, NJ based healthy social gaming and wellness achievement platform, recently released their mobile application into the Google Android Market (Google Play).
Cambria Health Solutions uses social gaming to promote positive lifestyle changes in the new online community HubbubHealth.com. The service is free, and members can track their progress and create and join different challenges.
By Tim Bredrup The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) recently announced the creation of the Sports and Fitness Working Group and is now accepting members. This group will work together to enhance interoperability between Bluetooth enabled sports and fitness sensor products and training computers (Bluetooth Smart devices) and hub devices such as smartphones, PCs, TVs […]
Jawbone UP users are offered a full refund by the company after reports of widespread failure by early adopters.