Nike+ FuelBand Update Delivers Path Integration, Background Syncing & More

Nike+ FuelBand Update Delivers Path Integration, Background Syncing & More

You can now brag about your latest FuelBand scores on Path.

There’s no point in exercising if you can’t tell your friends all about it afterwards, right? Well, if you’re a Nike+ FuelBand user, you now have yet another outlet through which to broadcast your latest jog. Version 1.2 of Nike+ FuelBand for iPhone introduces Path integration, background syncing, offline browsing, and more.

From today, Nike+ FuelBand users will be able to post their FuelBand score to Path. At the end of each day, they — and all of their friends — will be able to see a graph that measures their progress against their goal, alongside the “Path moments” that contributed to their progress.

In addition to this, the new update finally allows you to sync your data in the background, meaning you no longer need to keep the app open while it’s uploading your scores. Once it’s complete, it will send you a notification to let you know. And while we’re on the subject of syncing, the app now includes a nifty feature that lets you synchronize the time on your Nike+ FuelBand with the time on your iPhone.

Finally, the new Nike+ FuelBand app brings the ability to view your activity data offline, and a battery indicator that shows how much juice your band has left.

You can grab Nike+ FuelBand for iPhone from the App Store using the link below.

  • cpmorris0

    Being a FuelBand owner, I welcome the battery indicator. Although I only have to charge every three days or so, it’s weird not knowing what the status is…until now. ;-)

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