I am quite sure that fitness buffs who are not into all things iOS-powered and are happily rocking away to their Android-powered devices have been wondering for the longest time as to why the original Jawbone Up fitness tracker did not come with an Android app. Well, just like the adage that all good things come to those who wait, so too, will you soon be able to enjoy the Jawbone Up Android app that can be downloaded soon when it goes live over at the Google Play store.
Similar to the iOS version, this one will be free, and it can be used to key in vital information such as logging your daily meals, check out charts compiled by the app that shows your different sleep and activity patterns, although the Android version is unable to let you share information over on Twitter and Facebook. The Jawbone Up fitness band which now supports both iOS and Android platforms would allow an entire household, regardless of mobile operating system affiliation, share the same device at different times, now how about that?RELATED
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