Though Android Wear is the go-to operating system for wearables for Android enthusiasts, there are plenty of other systems to chose from. There are fitness bands like the Fitbit, smartwatches like the Pebble, and some basic watches like the Huawei Honor Band Zero. Light on features with the benefits of long battery life and low ... Read More »
I’m sure at least some of us have vowed to get healthy in the new year, and while yoga isn’t going to be the fastest weight loss plan, it can be a valuable part of a fitness-focused lifestyle.
The Google search cards team is certainly of this opinion, as they are in the process of rolling ... Read More »
Quite a few people have been patiently waiting for the Moto 360 Sport to launch. It was a disappointment when it was nowhere in sight during the launch of the Moto 360 2015, but it’s finally here. Motorola has put up the fitness oriented Moto 360 ... Read More »
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There’s a new name in complete connected fitness systems that comes with a trusted brand reputation. HTC and Under Armour have partnered to unveil the UA Healthbox today, a fitness ecosystem that consists of a fitness tracker, heart rate monitor and scale that are well integrated with Under Armour’s suite of fitness apps like ... Read More »
Pebble has some big announcements to make today regarding both their new and old devices. Starting with the new devices, Pebble is introducing Pebble Health for the Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel and Pebble Time Round. Pebble Health is Pebble’s health and fitness tracking software. It was developed in collaboration with Stanford University ... Read More »
Not too long ago, Motorola introduced the world to the Moto 360 Sport, a tweaked version of the Moto 360 that makes it more appealing to those looking to purchase a smartwatch for fitness reasons. Designed to compete with both fitness bands and smartwatches, the Moto 360 Sport brings in features ... Read More »
Wearables are quickly becoming popular, and a large draw of these new devices is health. Not only do they track the basics like heart rate and walking distance, but they now suggest ways to better yourself and create plans for you. You can even input caloric intake and a lot more. Health apps are ... Read More »
It’s that time of the year again. Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, the smell of cinnamon and spice fill the air, football is on the TV and you’re trying to figure out what to get your brother for the holidays. Fear not, Android and Me reader, you’ve come to the right place.
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In a blog post today, Google officially unveiled the latest update to Android Wear, Android Wear 4.4W.2. The update focuses primarily on things to improve fitness, though they could also be used in other atmospheres. Importantly, Android Wear now supports smartwatches with GPS sensors, allowing you track your run and calculate things ... Read More »
Ready to get your Google Fit on? Google has just released a preview of the recently announced Google Fit SDK, giving developers a chance to wrap their brains around how they’re going to use your phone, smartwatch, connected scale and more to help keep you fit and healthy.
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