Android Central

Motorola is preparing to roll out a new software update for the MOTOACTV, it's Android-based fitness tracker. The new firmware, which Moto says will land "around the world" from Mar. 7, will enable owners to track new types of activity including yoga, Pilates, dancing and martial arts.

The manufacturer's also promising the ability to activate the MOTOACTV with a flick of the wrist, and set up Wifi connectivity directly on the device. The most interesting new feature, however, is the competitions feature in the MOTOACTV Training Portal, which will allow you to (virtually) square off against MOTOACTV-owning friends at various activities.

Motorola says it'll unveil more features of this new software update as the release date approaches.

Source: Motorola

 
There are 4 comments

vansmack says:

I hope they fix the accuracy. I ran a half marathon (13.1 miles) this weekend and MMOTOACTV said I ran 14.04 miles...that's an unacceptable amount to be off by...

doomtuba says:

I wish they would make it fully compatible with non-motorola phones.

tommydaniel says:

Crossfade music please!

HeadAcheJoe says:

Cheaper retail price, please, and include wristband!

Really want one, but can't justify the $$$.