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Moves for iPhone bumps to 2.0, includes M7 support on iPhone 5s

Moves, an activity tracking application for iPhone has been bumped today to version 2.0, bringing with it perhaps most importantly support for the M7 Motion Coprocessor on the iPhone 5s. The benefit here for iPhone 5s owners is that the hardware will now be tracking your activities, and as such should remove battery hogging worries from previous versions. The new battery saving mode also promises in addition an increase of up to 40% in battery life.

The app is also updated for iOS 7 and brings with it a new look, new languages, a bunch of integrated apps and much more. Moves 2.0 is a free update for current users, while first time downloaders will now have to hand over $1.99 for a limited time, before this rises to $2.99 from December. Grab the app at the App Store link below, and head on over to the source link for more about Moves 2.0 for iPhone.

Richard Devine

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

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