We have a deal on the Do Smarter Genius Fit Band, a fitness tracker that tracks your steps, calories, sleep, and activity. It will also track menstrual cycles and features reminders. Check out the details in the deal listing—you can get this device through our deal for $55.
We have a deal on the Sinji fitness tracker, a device that lets you track activities, monitor sleep, and stay connected—on a budget. It features an IP67 dust and waterproof rating, and includes a heart rate monitor, pedometer, distance walked tracking, and a sleep monitor. It’s $22 through our deal.
Couch Potato app is the world’s first sit-tracker, a one of a kind app that measures and celebrates your inactivity. The more you sit, the more your couch potato will grow. Once the app is downloaded, all you have to do is relax. The tracker will monitor how much time you don’t move. At the end of each day, you’ll get a couch potato score. The longer you sit, the better you do. All you have to do is download the app, authorize movement tracking, and lounge around all day. The more you couch, the more levels you advance. Unlock and redeem rewards along the way. App Store: Couch Potato – Free
The marketing around Apple Watch is primarily around health, so we’ve rounded up some watchOS fitness complications.
Apple’s total Apple Watch shipments since the smart watch was first introduced in 2015 have topped 30 million units, according to Strategy Analytics.
The study also says Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatch is really bad at tracking heart rate.