People are looking for ways to use mobile technology to get healthier and several companies now have products to aid you in this endeavor. We don't always need to track intense workouts, but need ways to track the other 23 hours of our life.
Check out my full ZDNet Mobile Gadgeteer article for details on using each of these devices over the past several weeks and months.
This photo shows how the two bands fit on the wrist, next to the Fitbit Ultra.
The Fitbit Ultra and Nike+ Fuelband have displays on them and as you can see they both look great.
The three devices range from a small clip to a rather large wristband.
This photo shows how each of the devices can be connected to a PC or Mac.
The Fitbit Ultra iOS app gives you access to most of your data.
You can enter events on your iPhone, as well as use the iPhone as a food logger.
The Fuelband iOS home screen shows you your current Fuel status. You can connect the Fuelband to your iPhone via a Bluetooth connection.
Fuel stats can be viewed for different time frames.
There is a status page in the Nike app where you can also manage your Fuelband settings.
The Jawbone UP home screen shows the three main areas where data is tracked.
You can view details of particular events and workouts on your iPhone.
There are different ways to view UP data on your iPhone.
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