App of the Week: Moves

August 13, 2015

Moves automatically records any walking, cycling or running you do every day. Just carry your phone in your pocket or bag!

With Moves, you can easily view the distance, duration, steps and calories burned for all of your daily physical activity. The app is always on, so there’s no need to start and stop it.

Features of Moves include:

  • Automatic Tracking: Records daily walking, cycling and running. 
  • Places: Recognizes places in your daily life. 
  • Storyline: Visualizes your day in an easy-to-read timeline. 
  • Routes on map: See the paths you took. 
  • Pedometer: Counts your steps, so you can set simple goals.
  • Connected Apps catalog: Use your Moves data with other apps.


Seeing your everyday exercise can help you think about your life in a new way. Start with small changes that can lead to a healthier lifestyle and better habits. Get moving today! Visit www.moves-app.com to learn more. 

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