ARGUS fitness tracker adds Fitbit import, Bluetooth heart rate monitor support and more

One of the very first apps out of the gate with M7 Motion Coprocessor support was ARGUS, and today it gets another big update which among other things adds support for Bluetooth heart rate monitors and Fitbit data import. Here's what else is new:

  • Social with Close Friends
  • Changing the profile photo
  • Fitbit import
  • Bluetooth heart rate monitor support for activities
  • LifeTrak C410 and LifeTRNr SYNC support
  • New Run/Cycle/Hike activity recording dashboard with live map and heart rate support
  • More stats in activity details screen

There's also a handful of bug fixes for various issues including a correction for a negative steps bug with the M7. At $1.99 ARGUS is a great value all round fitness and motion tracking app, and the latest update can be had from the App Store right now. Anyone out there an ARGUS user? What do you think to the new additions?

Richard Devine

Senior Editor at iMore, part time racing driver, full time British guy

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ARGUS fitness tracker adds Fitbit import, Bluetooth heart rate monitor support and more

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In 20 years there will be no flying cars. Dumb commercial. It makes it look so bleak too. Like the only thing the lady does is get up, wash her face, get on her bike in her bleak apartment and then sit around on Facebook with her coffee looking out on the Death Star, where she lives.

If I had to live in that depressing world, I don't think I would care about the quality of sleep I got and want to monitor it.

If you want to go to the gym and get big or lose weight try doing what CT Fletcher did and forget Argus, Fitbit, or any of the other gimmicks is my thoughts.

http://youtu.be/x5xXsdWRaFw

According to the 1950s, we supposed to have flying cars and rocketship vacations to the moon by the year 2000, right?
xD

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This reminds me so much of the domicile in "Oblivion".
The web site sure is informative... Oh, wait, ...
On the up side, I do like their "Fitness Buddy" app, so I think I may give this app a fair run.

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It's a very simple and useful app. Just wish it would link in with My Fitness Pal like Run keeper does.

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