Android Police

Articles Tagged:

activity tracking

8 articles
...

Google Fit v1.52 Brings Distance Tracking, Calorie Estimates, A New Widget, And A Watch Face [APK Download]

Google Fit users, it's time to get off your butts and update the activity-tracking app. Version 1.52 has rolled into the Play Store, and it's ready to hit the gym with a new set of clothes and one of those fancy wristbands.

What's New?

For starters, Fit can now track distances and calories. Fire up the app to see how far you've gone and how much you've burned in the process. Google has tweaked the look a bit, and you can now group your fitness history by days, weeks, and months.

Read More
...

Quick Thoughts On Misfit: The Low Maintenance, Less Involved Activity Trackers And Platform

You can imagine that running around the CES show floor for someone who has been fascinated (as well as convinced and positively influenced) by wearable activity trackers felt like breaking free inside a candy factory. Dozens if not hundreds of brands were vying for everyone's attention and a share of the pie in the tiny wearable market, and I had to check most of the intriguing and known ones to see what they had to offer.  Among the hundreds of displays, from the companies I'd never heard of to the recognizable brands like Fitbit, Garmin, and Withings, one surprised me the most: Misfit.

Read More
...

Atari Releases Multiplayer Fitness App Packed With Exercises, Activity Logging, And Retro Games

So many companies are invested in activity tracking and fitness right now, why not make a game out of it? So seems to be the thought process behind Atari Fit, a multiplayer exercise-oriented experience from the publishers of the oldest video game console most people care to remember.

How do you gamify fitness?

Read More
...

[APK Download] Google Fit v1.51 Updated With 101 Activities And Fixes For Some Pedometer Bugs

The weather hasn't been particularly welcoming for the last few weeks, and it sounds like it's going to get worse. Even if the rain is falling, it doesn't mean there's an excuse to become a couch potato; the latest update to Google Fit can keep everybody in shape with a boatload of new activities to cover both indoor and outdoor workouts.

Read More
...

Runtastic Gets Updated With Fit Integration, Will Synchronize Your Activity's Stats With Google's Platform

My love for Runtastic grows by the day. Not only is the service very useful to track my runs and hikes, but its Android app is almost always on the forefront of the latest Google and Android features and guidelines. Case in point: it was one of the first fitness apps to add support for Android Wear and it just got updated with Google Fit integration.

Read More
...

FreeWavz Fitness Earphones Manage To Reach 300k Kickstarter Funding Goal With Only A Day To Spare

Kickstarter projects appear in any number of shapes and sizes. FreeWavs smart earphones come in at the small end of things. These wireless buds aim specifically at the more active people among us who are tired of cables getting tangled and holding them back, their adrenaline-pumping heavy metal music drowning out the environment around them, and having to carry around so many gadgets to monitor their fitness levels.

Read More
...

Fitbit Force Fitness Bracelet Is A Personal Trainer On Your Wrist That Can Double As A Smartwatch, Available Now For $129.95

Earlier this year, Fitbit released Flex, a bracelet that pairs with a smartphone to help you monitor your activity and encourage yourself to get on your feet. Now the company has already released an updated version called Force that, thanks to its new features and OLED screen, functions somewhat like a smartwatch.

Read More
...

[New App] ProtoGeo Brings Moves To Android, A Popular Activity-Tracking App That Keeps It Simple

There's a reason Moves has attracted millions of downloads on iOS. It doesn't require the purchase of a separate device, instead turning the smartphone that's already in your pocket into a pedometer. This isn't unheard of on Android, but Moves is available for free and isn't weighed down by ads.

Read More
Quantcast