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Motorola brings its Moto Body fitness tracking application to the Play Store

Motorola has just launched its Moto Body app to the Play Store for Moto 360 owners. The new fitness app is a dedicated, more robust smartphone version of the older Moto Body app.

Published onSeptember 14, 2015

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Last November, Motorola launched a fitness application called Moto Body that gave Moto 360 owners some handy fitness tracking information on their wrists. Even though the app could deliver users a daily step count and some basic calorie information, there was no way to view this information on a smartphone. Now Motorola has released Moto Body to the Play Store, bringing more detailed activity information and more to the fitness app.

Moto Body will allow users to track daily, weekly, monthly and yearly fitness activity, Heart Activity, along with step counts, calorie burn data and more. It will even give you personalized insights, tips and helpful articles to help you improve on your goals. Compared to the smartwatch-only version of the app, the new Moto Body offers up enhanced heart rate sensing capabilities, a new dashboard that provides daily and weekly data and a more robust Moto Body profile setup process.

When it comes to fitness applications, users don’t want to just see daily statistics. It’s extremely helpful to be able to access fitness history and other stats, and now Moto Body can do that for you. Take a look at the screenshots below for a better look at the app:

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If you happen to own a Moto 360 and would like to give the newer Moto Body application a try, follow the Play Store link below for the download.

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