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Android app for Nike FuelBand arrives this summer

updated 03:05 pm EST, Wed March 7, 2012

Automatically syncs results with Android devices

Nike+ has tweeted that it will be releasing a companion Android app for its FuelBand wrist tracker this summer. With it, a person using the device can sync the information with their smartphone or tablet wirelessly and automatically to analyze performance and activity results. The band, which was launched in January, can so far communicate either with a computer using USB, or to an iPhone via Bluetooth.

Using the app, exercisers more easily will be able to monitor and get visual mapping of their activities real time. It displays the actual results along with charts of the number of calories they have burned, the number of steps they have taken, or the distance they have covered. The app will also measure performance against set goals. It can display the best day, week, or month athletes have had during an ongoing fitness regimen. [via Droid-Life]








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