Nike looks to unleash potential of fitness platform with new developer APIs. Nike's FuelBand and Nike+ running accessories are already among the most popular fitness trackers on the market, but the company is keenly aware the platform holds plenty of room for potential. To that end, Nike released recently a set of APIs that grant select third-party developers access to your workout metrics.
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The new Nike+ FuelBand aims to quantify the amount of exercise you're getting each day with a new metric Nike's calling NikeFuel. ti.me/wmsULj
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NWOT Nike FuelBand brand new nike fuel band! only used once but didn't really know how to use it! Great for exercise and keeping track of your steps and etc. similar to a fitbit! box is opened weirdly because my dad didn't know how to open it! Nike Accessories Watches
NIKE FUEL BAND The Nike+ FuelBand is an activity tracker worn on the wrist and is to be used with an Apple iPhone, iPad or Android device. The FuelBand allows its wearers to track their physical activity, steps taken daily, and amount of energy burned. Accessories Watches
Apple and Nike Rumored To Be Collaborating on “Smart Band” Wearable Device Jim Karpen, iphonelife.com The rumblings began 10 days ago when Nike, as reported by CNET, laid off 70–80 percent of the employees working on their Nike FuelBand, one of the more popular fitness trackers. Plus, they acknowledged they would be stopping…
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