On Wednesday, T-Mobile unveiled an Android application that aggregates and allows users to save and share local deals from group buying sites like LivingSocial. The app which is titled “More For Me” will be preloaded on future handsets with plans to roll out on other operating systems including Blackberry and Windows.
Health and fitness mobile apps are growing at an enormous pace. Let me introduce you to Endomondo, a new one with a lot of buzz coming into CTIA this year. Endomondo Sports Tracker uses GPS to track time, distance, speed and calories in real-time of any distance-based sport.
“Endomondo Sports Tracker is your full-fledged personal trainer,” said Mette Lykke, co-founder, Endomondo. “What’s more is that it goes beyond any other app available to become a motivator with social elements that provide peer pressure and support from friends. This is the future of social fitness.” (Via NBC29.com)
The app is available for Android, iOS, Blackberry & Windows operating systems in a free lite edition and $3.99 pro edition which includes some additional goal setting features.
Looking for an easy resource to see how the top tablets in the marketplace differentiate from one another? There’s a great side-by-side comparison in today’s New York Times Technology section. Visit the link below to read the article.