By: Jonathan Strickland. There's a special type of fitness junkie that craves as much information about their workout as possible. Tracking data, charting progress and projecting future goals is as much of a joy as that post-workout rush of endorphins. Today, a host of companies are producing gadgets designed to provide information to the athletically inclined. That includes the company Jawbone, best known for its hands-free Bluetooth devices. The Jawbone UP is a fitness accessory and iPhone app.
Jawbone’s New Fitness App Ditches The Wristband
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Jump to navigation. If you find yourself wondering why your Jawbone won't pair with your new iPhone 4, or are having problems pairing your Jawbone with your 3GS that you recently upgraded to iOS4, you're not alone. The headset is now in discovery or pairing mode. On your iPhone, go to the Bluetooth settings and search for or add Bluetooth devices.
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Although it might be a bit hard always to keep connecting the band to the smartphone, it still is easy enough when you talk about the syncing because all it needs is a smartphone app and the Internet connectivity. The app presents to you with loads of features, settings and options to check not just the walking stats but also the calorie count and then the motivational stats for you to do more. To start off with the syncing, you need first to connect the Jawbone Up to the smartphone with a 3. Once connected, you need to open the UP app that you have installed in your smartphone. In the app, you will see a Refresh icon on the top right, tapping which would open a menu from the right, having the various options:.