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Sony provides statistics on users of the Lifelog activity tracking platform
Sony announced the Lifelog activity tracking platform last year at CES, which aimed to provide much more than the standard fitness tracking app. Lifelog tracks your physical, social and entertainment activities, like how active you are, what photos you take, or how you communicate with friends. Sony’s SmartWatch 3 even gained support for Lifelog, integrating all of the social and communication tracking technology with your Android Wear device. Since it’s been over a year since the platform was announced, Sony thought they’d give us some statistics as to how people are using the platform.
All in all, “Lifeloggers” are generally very healthy. On average, more than 40% of users of the platform get up before 6am after only six or fewer hours of sleep. Lifeloggers have also walked a total of more than 39 million miles collectively, and have run more than 6.5 billion steps. In turn, all of this exercising resulted in burning upwards of 354 million calories since April 2014. Not bad at all!
If you’re interested in checking out more statistics from Lifelog users, take a look at the graphic below:
Have you used the Lifelog platform? If so, how have you enjoyed it so far? Let us know your opinions in the comments below.