Smart watches have been another advance in the technology that surrounds us. They are capable of many things but, among the most basic is giving us details of the kilometers we walk, the calories we burn, the hours we sleep, or taking our pulse and blood pressure. Therefore, if you want to know in detail how your daily physical activity is, we recommend these applications that you can use with or without a smart watch on your wrist. Let’s go there!
We start with a basic Google. Keeping track of your physical activity on your mobile based on the data that it or your smartwatch collect is very simple. You can see at a glance the steps you take, the distance you run, the calories you burn, the route you have done, the hours you have slept and the quality of your sleep, monitor your heart rate, etc. It is also compatible with other exercise apps such as Lifesum or Nike. Very useful!
Another application used to collect information both with the phone and with the help of a smartband is Lifelog. With it you will be able to know in detail the rhythm of life you lead through key information such as the steps you take or the hours you have slept. If you are looking to lose weight, you can also set goals and see how you progress. It is somewhat more basic in terms of appearance and functions, but it is still useful, especially for those who seek simplicity.
Even if your Android phone is not Samsung, you can still benefit from the benefits of its health app. You only need to create an account to start seeing everything it has to offer. If you not only limit yourself to walking or running to exercise, but you also take your bike, this app is ideal for making a count of what you have traveled and burned on both wheels. It is also very useful to keep track of your diet and set a goal to achieve the weight you want.
If you bought your activity bracelet or your smartwatch thinking of recording all the exercise you do, then you need an application that is up to the task. Strava is created for monitor your sports activity. If your watch has GPS, you will be able to see the tours you have done and compare your results. Very useful also if you use your activity bracelet for swimming or cycling. If you are also looking for a bit of excitement, you will like their challenges with other users.
If what interests you most about having an activity bracelet is knowing your heart activity, then you need an application like this. Cardiogram is compatible with quite a few Wear OS watches to monitor your heart rate in detail. It will also give you basic information such as steps or hours of sleep. It also has the possibility of integrating with Google Fit, to have all the data in a single application.