Mar 20 AT 2:03 PM Nick Gray 12 Comments

Jawbone UP Android app finally fit for the Google Play store


The Jawbone UP, one of the most popular health monitoring gadgets of the day, can finally be enjoyed by millions of Android users. Two years after unveiling  the original Jawbone UP, a companion Android app has finally been developed and published to Google Play.

With the help of the companion Android app, Jawbone UP owners will be able to track their physical activity, sleep patterns, set fitness goals and even monitor the nutritional information of the food they consume. The Jawbone UP health monitoring bracelet typically goes for $129, but the application can be downloaded for free on Google Play. So far, the app has been receiving positive reviews, but we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

Jawbone UP Android app features

  • Track your sleep & physical activity
  • Log your food & drink & track nutritional info
  • Get insights to help you set & achieve your goals
  • Set Smart Sleep Alarms to wake up refreshed
  • Set Idle Alerts to remind you to move
  • Team up with friends in the app and live better together
  • Requires UP wristband to use this app


Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • Pravas

    Sound exciting. Gotta try it today.

  • acidone

    Thought about getting one of these until I saw their wasn’t an android app. Decided to back the Amiigo indiegogo project instead.

  • eazyean1

    how is this ? has anyone used it ?

  • jason

    Popular? The only thing I heard about these things was that they broke like mad and everybody liked them ok until they broke and then they went and got a fuel band or a fitbit instead. Did I miss hearing about a fixed version?

    • thel0nerang3r

      I thought the Fuel Band was IOS only, they have an Android app now?

      • Nick Gray

        Fuel band is an iOS exclusive.

    • Nick Gray

      Yes, they did have some issues at the beginning, but Jawbone was able to figure things out and get working products into the hands of those who purchased the defective products.

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  • renyo

    Apparently the model was failing and people were offered refunds even if they kept their wristbands… I dunno the state of it after they took it off the shelves…

  • nimslake

    I dug a little and found the following 2 topics, apparently they are recrafted wristlets and have gone back out into the market UK to show off the changes.

    Take a gander, I’m anti-Apple, and this is something that I want to try. As for prices it pretty much standard pricing, you won’t find it less than $109, on Amazon.

    And if anyone is getting it, got it, and tried it, I would love an update here. :-)

  • NotFatNow

    I’ve been using a FitBit One and Aria scale since the first of the year and I’ve lost over 15lbs. I work out and exercise more, plus I track all my food through the website. Life changing. Fitbit has an Android app, although the tracking device only syncs with a couple of Android phones.

  • AndroidVND

    if you need to download android apps to PC, check out there are tons of apps to download