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MapMyFitness Adds Nike FuelBand, Jawbone UP Integration

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Exercise tracking platform MapMyFitness will now support two popular wearable fitness bracelets: Nike’s FuelBand and Jawbone’s UP.

The new integration, announced Thursday, strengthens MapMyFitness’ already lengthy list of supported and compatible devices that can sync fitness data with the popular platformMapMyFitness (free for iOS and Android) is a platform supporting apps that utilize GPS technology, so you can map and share your workout routes. The flagship standalone apps are MapMyRun and MapMyRide, for running and cycling, respectively.

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To integrate data from your Jawbone UP, it just needs to be connected to your MapMyFitness account and the activity will be synced nightly. That way, you’ll be able to see workout data and how many steps you took while wearing the UP bracelet. The main hitch with this integration currently is that MapMyFitness does not support your UP’s sleep data or manually-logged workouts. Read more…

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