Jawbone has just announced the UP24 for those who use Android-powered devices, bringing this hugely popular lifestyle tracker to those who are rocking to Google’s mobile operating system. This comes nearly half a year after the Jawbone UP24 was first introduced to the world. Here is a quick recap – the UP24 happens to be a wristband, app and data system, all rolled into one, where it will hopefully be able to help you better understand just how you sleep, move as well as eat, in order for you to make better choices that will impact your life positively in the long run.
The UP24 would make use of Bluetooth Smart connectivity so that you will wirelessly synchronize data that has been collected from your band to the UP 3.0 App for Android. The UP app for Android is capable of delivering insights that ought to do their bit to encourage and motivate you to take the necessary, albeit small steps, which will add up in the long run to your health’s benefit. Thanks to Bluetooth 4.0 synchronization, you are able to receive continuous feedback and in-the-moment notifications as well.
The UP App was made available for Android in the past, which resulted in a rather significant number of downloads, so bear in mind that the new update to the app UP 3.0 for Android would make the app play nice with UP24 now.
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