Has Microsoft perfected its take on the fitness tracker? That very well could be the case.
Runtastic make one of the world's top running apps but can it make one of its best wearables as well? Er… Maybe not
Adidas took over Runtastic earlier this year and now the company has some new affordable wearable technology to accompany its apps.
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In DepthWe choose the best features from the current lot of wearable devices to make the perfect fitness tracker. At least in theory.
Integration with MapMyRide and Strava, more intelligent insights into your data and smartphone tracking are all announced.
A switch has been flicked at Withings HQ which means you can now use the Activité and Activité Pop with Android.
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