use pedometer in a sentence.
Presumably to act as a pedometer and sleep analysis tool; think Fitbit.
Yet a pedometer counts foot steps, not children.
Other "basic" stuff not in the iphone: pedometer, dual bootability and quantum teleportation.
Haha - yea I guess "wear" would be a jersey, but wouldn't a pedometer be "ware" - not sure...
It's slightly ironic that these $100-$199 devices are compared using a $30 pedometer as the gold standard.
The cheaper one is a pedometer, the expensive one tries to do things like track your sleeping patterns and hooks into their own make of scale.
Also slap in a pedometer and sleep monitor and that itself creates a whole new market opportunity.
Cramming all the other features (FM, pedometer, camera/video) into the nano will make menu navigation pretty complicated though.
Someone also mentioned Gmaps Pedometer: It has most of the things I want in a route planner.
If a FitBit is just a pedometer, I have an Omron HJ-720IT that syncs with my Linux box (uploading a week's worth of hourly step counts).
My secondary vote (and it's a selfish one) is this pedometer that only has Windows software: .
I don't know exactly how it works, but I think it uses the accelerometer to count steps like a traditional pedometer.
There seem to be a ton of other pedometer apps in the play store, though I don't know how well they work.
The fitbit tech is pretty primitive -- it looks like it only has a pedometer inside the device.
Gmap-pedometer was definitely one of the better tools I had used before I started building this one and I like their simplicity as well.
I tried fit bit but it was a glorified pedometer for the most part.
One of the problems I have with what are essentially glorified pedometers is that while tracking your steps / "activity level" throughout the day is a good first step, it is grossly insufficient for inciting the sorts of changes that are necessary for most folks to reach their particular goals.