Pedometer

3.8
2.81K reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Rated for 3+
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About this app

Lightweight pedometer app using the hardware step-sensor for minimal battery consumption.
This app is designed to be running all the time without having any impact on your battery life! It uses the hardware step detection sensor of devices like the Nexus 5, which is already running even when not using any pedometer app. Therefore the app does not consume any additional battery drain. Unlike other pedometer apps, this app does not track your movement or your location so it doesn't need to turn on your GPS sensor (again: no impact on your battery).

Sign in with your Google account to unlock achievements and compete with others in the leaderboards!
The app also provides a DashClock extension, a widget and a notification to show your progress.

FAQ:
• Do not use any task killer if you want the app to work
• Achievements are granted the day after meeting the requirements


Pedometer is open source: https://github.com/j4velin/Pedometer
Pedometer uses the 'EazeGraph' library by Paul Cech and 'ColorPickerPreference' by Sergey Margaritov
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Updated on
Jul 1, 2019

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3.8
2.81K reviews
Grahame Staniforth
June 20, 2022
Good little app that seems to be reasonably accurate. Suddenly started showing 55000 steps daily. Had to uninstall and reinstall. Seems to have fixed the problem but all the averages have gone. Not a problem for me but could be for someone else.
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A Google user
December 11, 2018
I really like this app. Simple, uncluttered,does what I want and doesn't get in the way. But on Friday it recorded 63k steps. Now, I was traveling that day (UK to Norway including two ferries) but I've done that twice before without it counting such a high number. I'm not concerned, just curious about the mechanism.
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simon H
June 17, 2020
Works fine and is very simple, in a good way. And it doesn't drain the battery. Only one bug so far. When I import my backup csv file, the current day count jumps up to around 60.000, the rest of the import works fine.
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What's new

- fixed crashes for Android P
- collapsed notification now shows the number of steps in the title