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?
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