What's NewImproved map positioning.
Added support for iPhone5 and iOS6.
App DescriptionUsing GPS to track your position, it accurately calculates grams of fat consumed by daily movement.
Generally speaking, a daily brisk walking or jogging will burn fat, while common walking will consume little fat.
🔥 Principle 🔥
★ Tracks phone's location, and rebuilds the whole path traveled with build-in GPS functions.
★ Consume 7700 kilocalories when burning a kilogram of fat.
★ Low-intensity exercise is most helpful to fat burning.
★ Typically in the low-intensity exercise, best heart rate for a 20-year-old man is 120~160 beats per minute, and 30 years of age is 110 to 145 beats. For example: jogging speeding at 7 ~ 12km/hr can be regarded as a low-intensity exercise.
🔥 Features 🔥
★ Allow background tracking. Still tracking after the lock screen does not affect you play the game, answer the phone, listen to music, or mobile phone operation.
★ Provide password protection, which fully protect your privacy, and will not let other people know your position.
★ Very power efficient. Obtain location only when necessary, and greatly reduce the power consumption.
★ Still continued to record even if there is no WIFI or 3G network.
★ Allow you browse historical trace information. Each traveling trajectory will be displayed in chronological order on the map, and the corresponding time stamp will be placed at the beginning and the end position.
★ Aggregated to show the number of fat grams consumed daily through exercise.
★ Support the latest iPhone5 screen display.
🎁 If you lose weight, want to track the exact amount of fat consumed daily by movement,
🎁 if you want to record daily trace,
🎁 if you want to monitor your children's activities, or
🎁 if you want to record travel line,
💗 the app is a good helper!
Note that the app will consume a little power when running in background, though power saving feature will substantially lower power consumption.
December 05, 2012 New version 1.2
November 10, 2012 New version 1.1
October 16, 2012 Initial Release