Fitness

Get the Strivi Fusion Smartwatch, Fitness Tracker for a healthier price

The biggest new tech trend of 2014 is undoubtedly wearable tech, with several of the world’s largest tech companies releasing their first round of wearables: The LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live, Sony Smartwatch, and the Moto 360 to name a few. And, of course, the Apple Watch coming in 2015. But it’s not just these tech behemoths making wearable tech, and new companies like Striiv, makers of the Fusion smartwatch and activity trackers, are putting together some impressive devices. Normally $100, we have the Striiv Fusion for a healthy 45% off, on sale for $55 at the Android Community Deals store.

Runkeeper app updated, now supports Sony SmartWatch 3 SWR50

The team behind Runkeeper seems to be always busy working on the app. It receives regular enhancements and only a month after its Google Fit integration, the 'RunKeeper - GPS Track Run Walk' has added support for another device that runs Android Wear. The new Sony SmartWatch 3 SWR50 is now supported by the app. This means you can use the smartwatch and run even without your phone. The latter's GPS will track you as you run and data will be synced to your smartphone when you get back.

Google Fit update adds 100 more activities for tracking

As 2014 is about to draw to a close, one inescapable fact is that this was the year when the wearables truly came into their own, particularly the smartwatches and the fitness trackers that helped mobile people try to add a bit of health consciousness in their lives. Google Fit is the tech giant's own effort to get into the market by turning your Android Wear and your Android smartphones into fitness centers.

Razer Nabu fitness band out on December 2, promo for insiders

It’s almost upon us, the Razer Nabu fitness band, which is of course Razer’s entry into the fitness device market. Razer is known for its laptop and PC accessories and its support of the PC gaming culture, so this is a very different type of niche for them. But they are hoping that their street cred will carry over to this new effort.

Endomondo Android app adds Pebble support

Endomondo has been tracking people fitness and health data since 2007 and it still continues to bring a better experience to the users every time the app is updated. The latest update has finally brought Pebble support to Android as we mentioned last July. A few months ago too, Endomondo added support for the Samsung Gear Fit and Gear 2 and that seemed to be a success that the company also added support for Android Wear and the Samsung Gear S.

Razer outs Nabu apps ahead of launch of fitness wearable

A lot of people have been waiting for the launch of Razer’s new fitness wearable, the Nabu. Razer has very good street cred with all its gaming products and accessories, and now they’re using that cred to move into newer markets – such as the burgeoning fitness wearables niche.

Nike+ Running now with Google Fit integration

The holiday season has started and I’m pretty sure that a lot of you are thinking about how to resist glorious food the next few months. For the health buffs, they might be thinking of more ways how to burn those extra calories off. They could be preparing for “battle”, looking for new stuff and activities that would help them meet their fitness goals.

Have sweet dreams with Runtastic Sleep Better app

The guys behind Runtastic must be really passionate about health and fitness that aside from tracking your movements, it now wants you to sleep better. But it's just sleep, how can an app make sleep better? Well, this app simply helps to make you fall asleep faster and easily by tracking your sleeping patterns.
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