Category Archives: Fitdigits News

“See what’s making news at Fitdigits, the app that turns your iPhone, iPad or Android devices into a heart rate monitor and the ultimate fitness training tool.”

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Welcome to Summer! It’s the season for long runs, rides, hard sweaty workouts, and fun new features. The first day of Summer. Time to review how you did over spring, and set new goals for the long warm days ahead! Check out…Continue Reading

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Cold, hot or just right? How temperature affects your exercise. Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Bless all those in uniform, current and past, who allow us to be where we are today. So many of my personal friends and family I need…Continue Reading

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iCardio ♦ iRunner ♦ iBiker Version Migration If you are reading this, my apologies, you most likely saw a screen shot like the one to the right. On the positive side, the app you love is alive and evolving, and…Continue Reading

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Important Note about the MVP Program Our Dream We have a dream – to be the best, most informative, easy to use heart rate tracker and trainer in the world, making heart rate tracking easy, informative and fun. To change…Continue Reading

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iCardio named one of the Healthline Best Apps of 2017 for Heart Disease    

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Updated Interface • Customized Countdown • Material Design • Integrated Goals Step 1: Download the latest v4   Step 2: Tap the Big Green Button The program will sync your old version to make sure all your data is in the…Continue Reading

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Results of the Fitdigits Genetics & Fitness Survey Thank you all for your responses to our survey in last month’s newsletter! We are always curious about people and their beliefs, as well as the science, behind health and fitness. While…Continue Reading

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Identifying an “ideal playing weight” for an athlete is relevant, but different, than a “healthy living weight” for an individual interested in maintaining general good health.

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Fitbit has changed the way it calculates users active minutes, requiring at least 10 minutes of exercise.

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Fitdigits will no longer support ANT+ sensors on iOS 8.