Wearable fitness technology is all the rage. Instead of simply saying you worked out for 30 minutes or tracking calories you can now track all kinds of data from what you eat to how many steps you take or from how well you’ve slept to the number of floors you climbed. It’s exciting to see graphs, charts, and information that tracks exactly what you’re doing.
So you’ve got your wearable fitness technology, a plan to get fit, a dietary plan–now what? Having your step count, heart rate, and sleep cycle at your fingertips is great and all, but what are you supposed to do with that information?
That’s where Addapp comes in. The iOS app connects to your wearables and collates the data from up to three accounts to give you personalized insight into your fitness. It will help you get a full picture of what you’ve accomplished and what you should do now.
Kouris Kallgas, the founder and CEO of Addapp, spent time and money trying to find the best way to use all the health-related metrics he had to improve his health.
“People who use any tracking device, app or wearable usually have a lot of personal fitness and well-being data available, but they do not have a clear path to turn that data into anything understandable and actionable. Our mission is to enable individuals to focus on improving their well-being by providing new actionable, meaningful insights into the data already being produced.” –Kouris Kalligas
Addapp was created to help add that context we so desperately need to our data. How does your exercise routine affect your sleep? Does your diet impact your mood? Addapp helps users make sense of their data and improve their health. It provides a simple to use app that makes it almost effortless to collect and sort that information into easy to understand recommendations.
Addapp was ‘soft launched’ late last year. They shared an early release to see what users liked and didn’t like. Now the latest version has been updated with all that great feedback users offered up, so you can get insights into things like how your lack of sleep has effected your exercise routine. Off track or having a busy week? Addapp will encourage you to get back on track with reminders and notifications.
Now you can take all that data you have and put it to good use to help you find patterns, set reminders to get outside, recommend apps for tracking your favorite exercises, and so much more.
Addapp intergrates with a ton of services like: Apple Health, Jawbone UP, Fitbit, and more. If you have an Apple Watch you can use their companion app to interact with your Addapp insights.
Addapp has allowed me to take the data I already have and do even better. I use it to set reminders to get up and walk mid-day, read fascinating insights, and more.
While there are some delays in initial download time (it takes about 24 hours) once you have the data inputted it’s a great tool to help you stay on track with your fitness goals.
You can download Addapp from iTunes or search for it in the App Store.
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of AddApp.