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Moto Body Makes Its Way To The Play Store, Provides More Detailed Fitness Stats From Your Moto 360 On Your Phone

Moto 360 owners have been enjoying a Moto Body application on their watch since the Motorola Connect update in November 2014. The app, however, was limited to the confines of the small screen on their wrist, providing daily steps, calories, and activity data, but with no weekly or monthly stats. That changes today with the dedicated Moto Body application that has hit the Play Store.

The app isn't a Motorola exclusive — it is compatible with various brands of Android devices, as long as the phone runs Android 4.3 and up. But it will only install the Wear component on a Moto 360, so you won't be able to use it on other smartwatches.

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[CES 2013] Fitbit Announces The Flex, A Wristband To Help You Monitor Progress While You're Up In The Gym Just Working On Your Fitness

It's the new year, and you know what that means: everyone is trying to lose weight. Nothing wrong with starting the year off trying to shed a few pounds – but the hard part is staying motivated. There are a flurry of apps that can aid in such a quest, but the real benefit comes when your workout data can be automatically synced with your smart device. And now, Fitbit – a site/service "dedicated to helping people lead healthier, more active lives" – is getting into the game with its own wristband, a la Jawbone's Up or Nike's Fuelband.


It's called Flex, and is designed to keep up with your workouts, calories burned, distance traveled, hours slept, and quality of sleep.

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[New App] Fitbit Gets A Mobile App, Tracks Your Food And Exercise Activity On The Go, Where You Do Most Of Your Eating And Exercising

Getting fit is a chore. Keeping track of what you eat, how much you exercise, counting calories gained and lost, I t can all get a bit overwhelming. The Fitbit accessory is designed to make the process easier by keeping track of how many calories you've burned while walking, working out, etc. during the day and logging on to the site to add in your calorie intake at night. Now, the Android app streamlines both of these processes.

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It can be difficult to keep track of a diet when you have to wait til you get home to input data, and the current Fitbit accessory, priced at $99.95, is a steep price to pay for functions that your phone can do nearly as well.

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