Jawbone, the makers the UP and UP24, has shown off a screenshot of the incoming Windows Phone version of their app they announced earlier this month.
The Jawbone UP/UP 24 are fitness bands that you wear, which sync with an app they provide. The app keeps track of your physical activities, and you can enter things like your diet and sleep. It is widely considered one of the better, if not best, fitness trackers.
Until now, both the band and the app were only compatible with Android and iOS. However, they are both now coming to Windows Phone!
As a bonus, Jawbone has decided to unlink the app APIs from the band, so you can try out the app with other services without needing to invest in the band. Further, the Fitness Tracker will work with devices you currently own, like Android Wear or devices using Apple’s Healthkit.
Have you been (or are now) interested in Jawbone? Do you use any fitness trackers currently on Windows Phone?Further reading: Jawbone, Microsoft