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Track your activity on your iPhone with Step It Up. You can track your steps, distance walked and/or ran, calories, flights of stairs climbed and more each day. Step It Up works on your iPhone and Apple Watch. Step It Up believes that it’s not each day that makes you healthy, it’s the overall trend of your fitness. Step It Up shows you how your activity stacks up to your past activity from months ago. Step It Up is extremely customizable with Step It Up Plus, users can change the tint of Step It Up and the app icon on their iPhone. This is great for making Step It Up your personal health & fitness hub. Privacy is extremely important with Step It Up. None of your data ever leaves your device. There are no third-party libraries or advertisements to ensure your privacy is safe with Step It Up. Step It Up takes accessibility seriously. Step It Up has support for wheelchair users, replacing steps with pushes and distance pushed. Widgets on your home screen are a great way to easily and quickly check on your fitness throughout the day. With different size options, you can view just your steps and distance walked and/or ran or all of your daily activity tracked by Step It Up. With Step It Up on the Watch you can quickly glance at your activity data right on your wrist. Step It Up on Apple Watch has multiple Watch face complications allowing you to view your data how you want. Thank you for considering Step It Up, I hope it helps you achieve your fitness and health goals, Casey Complete Feature List: - View daily steps, distance traveled, steps from the past hour, stairs climbed, and active calories burned. - Daily step goal. - Insights: With Insights you can see how your health and fitness is changing over time. - History: View all of your activity from previous days. - Standometer: Track the duration of time that you stand for each day. - iOS 14 Home Screen Widgets - Apple Watch App with support for complications on your Watch Face. - Wheelchair support: If you use a wheelchair Step It Up will track your pushes and distance pushed instead of steps and walking & running distance (Please note: this requires an Apple Watch). *Step It Up requires syncing with Apple Health to display your health data. *Some features require a paired Apple Watch.
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I’ve always wanted my Apple Watch to work like my Fitbit and this app does it beautifully—I know, I think I’ve tried most similar apps. I’ve checked this app’s counting accuracy and it’s dead on. I’ve needed this for a long time. Thank you!
This app is great at surface level seems to do what it’s supposed to however several times now my weight has been changed from lbs. to kgs. on my watch through no effort from me. As in I didn't change it. In fact I’ve tried to change back to pounds and it reverts back to kg. Anyone else have this issue?? Additionally my step goal and weight are set correctly on phone with pounds and 10k steps but show up as kgs. And 8k steps on my watch?? What am I missing here? I’ve changed on watch but reverts back to kgs. And 8k steps on its own. My goal weight on watch is also incorrect but it is correct on iPhone? What gives? Suggestions please. And no I am not traveling so can’t understand the kg. To lb. conversion on its own.
This app was working great when I first downloaded it to my Apple Watch 4. However since the last update of apple software, the Step It Up app is not showing the updated number of steps and it seems to not want to update after you get over 10,000 steps. If I click on the app and open it, it will show the right number of steps. But on my watch face, the number of steps does not always update.
I love the app, and I would give it 5 stars if it wasn’t for one small problem: it does not accurately measure the distance I have traveled. One day, for example, I took 21,795 steps, and it said the total distance was 13 feet. Another day, I’d taken close to 17,000 steps and it showed the total distance as 0.10 miles. If it wasn’t for this bug, I’d give the app 5 stars. It doesn’t appear to have this problem on my Apple Watch, just my iPhone.
I purchased the app specifically to be able to set a step goal on the Apple Watch and track my progress towards meeting the goal. My steps are not showing up on my watch, it is always at 0. Although within the app on my phone it is correctly calculating and also in sync with the watch activity tracker. Any ideas how to resolve? Thanks!
Developed by Bean's Bytes, LLC.
Step It Up is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Mar 31, 2021and the current version is 2021.3.
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Step It Up have a 829a user reviews.