We’ve been on a health kick here at Livid Lobster lately with several blog posts and videos dedicated to the subject. Cali even went out and bought herself a Fitbit. The reason that she went with the Fitbit coincides with her switch to Android. When she bought it, neither the Jawbone Up nor the Nike+ FuelBand were Android compatible. One of these two just released an Android App and hint, they don’t make shoes.
Jawbone has released an Android companion app for its UP Wristband to the Google Play Store. The release is part of an expansion that also launches the UP in Europe. Jawbone says the UP 2.4 software, on both iOS and Android, will support 11 different languages and is now sold in 25 different countries. The device itself costs $129.99 and is offered in 3 sizes and 8 different colors.
If you’re an UP user and have an Android device, please tell us what you think below in the comments.