updated 11:08 am EST, Sun December 22, 2013
Pyle Audio's Bluetooth Fitness Scale stores info for ten users, sends data to mobile device
Pyle Audio, manufacturers of outdoor recreational and home, car and professional audio equipment, has introduced its Bluetooth Fitness Scale (PHLSCBT4). The scale is accompanied by and integrated app, designed to provide data including body fat, hydration levels, muscle level and bone level percentages. Using Bluetooth Smart technology, the scale wirelessly sends scale data to the user's mobile device and combines its free Pyle Health Fitness Tracker app to create user profiles and chart progress. Workout data can be shared online, or kept password-protected for private tracking.
The Bluetooth Fitness Scale can store data for ten different individuals, while the large LCD display shows critical data information and the current user profile selected. The Pyle Tracker app is compatible with most mobile devices, including iPhone 4S or later, iPad 3 or later, iPod touch and nano. Compatible Android devices include Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, HTC One, Nexus 5 and 7. Available online in black, grey, green, pink and orange, Pyle's Bluetooth Fitness Scale is priced at $60.
Google Play Music for iOS adds 'I'm Feeling Lucky' radio feature
Recently released for iOS, Google Play Music received an update yesterday. A music streaming app service, Google Play Music lets users listen to their music stored online. In version 1.1, the UI has been revamped for iOS 7, and support has been added for 'I'm Feeling Lucky' radio.
The 'I'm Feeling Lucky' radio feature builds a playlist based on the user's listening history. For All Access subscribers, genre stations are now available. Lastly, auto-playlists and genres can now be searched. Available for free when using the standard service, Google Play Music for iOS can be downloaded from iTunes.