The iPhone M7 motion coprocessor validation study reveals that the iPhone is not accurate for counting steps at a slower pace.
Workplace mHealth program Stepathlon has shown improvements in step count & weight in a recent observational study.
Pedometer++ syncs the step count between your Apple Watch and iPhone.
Consumer lawsuit over Fitbit accuracy makes claims about health harms of which physicians should be wary.
The mActive study shows promising results, increasing the amount that people walked by using smart texting with pedometers.
Study finds that use of a mobile health programs improves weight reduction by about 4 lbs compared to usual care.
A solid pedometer app that doesn’t require anything other than than a smartphone
Researchers used pedometers data to predict detailed exercise information from simple validated activity questionnaires.
Canadian researchers test simple exercise program for fatigue in patients with advanced cancer.
Along with new Microsoft Health cloud service, could have significant healthcare implications
Pedometer++ utilizes the widget functionality of iOS 8 to display your activity levels when your iPhone is locked.
Researchers in Ireland evaluated the use of an Android smartphone app to increase patients’ activity levels, as measured by step count. Over the roughly two month period, they found a 22% increase in basal activity levels.