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On my iPhone…Human: Move 30 minutes or more

 
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I am always looking for new ideas to help me with my weight loss plan, so when this encouraging app arrived it was an easy decision to pop it on the iPhone and try it out. While I have more detailed fitness apps on my iPhone, such as Runkeeper, the basic nature of this app might encourage me to get out a bit more.
 
From the iTunes App Store...

Human helps you move 30 minutes or more, every day.

It automatically picks up your walks, runs, bike rides and other exercise of one minute and longer. Just put your phone in your bag or pocket and go about your day!

Join over 150,000 Humans and enjoy the Daily 30, every day.

As featured on Yahoo, TechCrunch, The Verge, Fast Company, and The Next Web.

FEATURES:
• Automatically records indoor and outdoor activity of 1 minute and longer.
• Get notified when you reach your Daily 30, 60 or even 90.
• Build up a streak for every Daily 30 of the week.
• See all your individual activities including maps and details.

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"On my iPhone…" is a new series from TechnologyIQ, sharing real world examples of how I use my iPhone, interesting apps and more

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