UP by Jawbone for Android tracks your activity without a wrtistband, works on Wear

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One of the top reasons folks get smartwatches is to track their activity including fitness, sleep and heart rate. During Google I/O, Google announced Google Fit, their own spin on tracking all health things. However it has not released it yet. Well, not until November 3 which is the presumed release date of Android Lollipop. Until then, meet UP by Jawbone.

Fortunately, Jawbone, the maker of the popular fitness wristbands, released UP. This app has been designed to work with select Android phones (works on my OnePlus One) and Android Wear. I was able to get it to work with my Moto 360. Those of you who are familiar with Jawbone will feel right at home. If you however never used it, this app allows you to track you steps, set weight goals, log your food and drink, track nutritional info, log workouts, log sleep and more.

UP by Jawbone is available in the Play Store for free. Hit the link below if you want to give it a try.

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