The Nike+ FuelBand App for Android App Is Out, FINALLY
Article by George Norman
On 19 Jun 2014
Nike recently rolled out a FuelBand Android app, even though it said it would not release an Android companion app for the Nike+ FuelBand fitness tracker wristband.

I don’t know what happened and why Nike rolled out the app. I’m just glad that it is out there. You can get the Nike+ FuelBand app for free from the Play Store here.

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The Nike+ FuelBand fitness tracker wristband and its companion iOS app have been around for about 2 years now. During all this time, Android users repeatedly asked for a companion app for their mobile operating system. But Nike stated time and time again that it will not release an Android app. But...something happened...and an Android app has indeed been released.

Nike+ FuelBand version 1.0 for Android was rolled out to the Play Store earlier this week – on the 17th of June to be more precise. So if you have a Nike+ FuelBand activity tracker and you want to connect it to your Android smarpthone, go get the app. It is available for free on Google’s Play Store.

Nike+ FuelBand App for Android – Key Features
  • Goals – Create a goal, edit it, and view your progress. An onscreen celebration will appear if you achieve a goal.
  • Sessions – track separate periods of movement.
  • Move Reminders – set up Move Reminders and move for 5 minutes out of every hour.
  • Leaderboards – compare data with friends and the community.
  • History – analyze past activity data to see progress and patterns.
  • Account, settings – view and edit Nike+ account information and Nike+ FuelBand SE device settings.
  • Automatic Syncing via Bluetooth LE.
“With 30 million users, NikeFuel is rapidly becoming the universal measure of activity. Now, with the launch of the Nike+ FuelBand App for Android we’re delighted to help even more athletes get better,” said Stefan Olander, Nike’s VP of Digital Sport. “This is another important step in the continued growth of our powerful ecosystem of digital products and services.”




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