Let Moov be your next personal trainer. Early fitness tracking wearables were designed to go with you, but they provided little to no information about your progress until you returned home to analyze the collected data. Moov changes this by adding real-time analysis and useful audio feedback on the go. Just like a personal trainer or fitness couch, Moov will help you keep time and congratulate you on a job well done during a great workout.
Flyfit aims to more accurately track your fitness by measuring leg movements for cycling, swimming, running, or stair climbing, directly from your ankle.
Google is developing an API that will let app developers use data collected by fitness sensors in Android devices. apps could utilize the API to generate reports and graphs or to suggest changes to your workout routine without having to access hardware sensors directly.
At CES Fitbit announced that its fitness trackers now support 12 additional Android smartphones from a variety of manufacturers in addition to the Samsung devices already supported. Read on for more!
Sensoria is bringing fitness tracking to garments other than bracelets and pedometers with its new line of smart socks. Read on for more info!
Are you a fitness enthusiast using RunKeeper? The app just got a new update that adds support for six more languages along with a few additional features!
A new update to the Fitbit app has added wireless syncing to a few Android smartphones. The Fitbit team said more Android devices will be added shortly.
If fitness is your New Year resolution then you can now flaunt it through RunKeeper.
Been piling on the pounds since the holiday season kicks into gear? If you can’t find the time to put your Gym membership to good use, what better way to get yourself motivated to exercise but to turn to renowned athletes and personal trainers who have helped stars like Rihanna stay and look fit. Enter the Nike Training Club app.
Google Now brings a new feature for Jelly Bean phones, the pedometer. Though there haven’t been any official mentions of the feature, you might have noticed it while checking for directions on your phone. What the pedometer does is show how much you have biked or walked over the month.