Sunday, May 05, 2013

Digital fitness trackers still young but gaining traction

Tech blog Mobihealthnews reported on the survey, involving 10,000 broadband-enabled households and conducted by Parks Associates in March.

Top apps and services used by those surveyed included memory improvement apps, followed by apps for weight loss, diet and nutrition, and fitness.

Research from Parks Associates also predicts that more than 32 million US consumers will actively track their health and fitness online or via mobile devices by 2016.

From the article, "Digital fitness trackers still young but gaining traction."

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