Jawbone has finally recognized Android as an existing smartphone OS by releasing an app for several Android handsets. The company has previously only acknowledged iOS, but finally wised up and figured there might be some Android (Ice Cream Sandwich and later) users that’d like to experience its activity tracker the way iPhone owners do.
The Up, which retails for $129, allows users to track their physical activity and estimate calories burned, among other things. The app itself gives an in-depth breakdown so users can make adjustments to their activity throughout the day—it even tracks sleep patterns at night.
In addition to introducing an Android app, Jawbone is expanding availability across Europe, Asia and Australia. The iOS app now supports 11 additional languages.