Doesn't record steps Seems like a great idea. Easy to use. But somehow it's not picking up my steps. Obviously that HAS to work. I think I'll keep it for now and hope for a fix soon. Besides that I'd suggest that the notification be customizable: With or without sound, picking a ringtone, and maybe set up a specific pattern to the vibrate. Also maybe be able to say how often you want notification. I'm disappointed because sadly this isn't a feature in most of the total fitness apps. This fills a much needed gap.
Works great on my phone, and it worked great on my Android Wear 1.5 watch. Since I try to stay active on the weekends, the fact that I sit on my butt all day long at work is really bad for my health. This app is a great reminder to get up once and a while and Move It. However, since my watch was updated to Android Wear 2.0, I don't get any notifications on the watch.
Doesn't work well... I just walked around the block and almost at the end of my walk it pinged and said I had not moved much in the last hour. Appears to have real issues working reliably on Android Wear (moto 360) and Nexus 6
Works perfectly Could maybe use more customization options for alerts or time periods, but that's just a nit pick. I would like to see a widget that shows the pie on my home screen. Still a 5 star app.
Using your Google Fit step data to see when you last went for a walk, Move it will remind you to get on your feet. REQUEST: let me sit max 20 min and then nag continuously.
Great app Best inactivity monitor I've found for android. I like that it's connected to Google fit. The ability to put limits on the times and days that reminders will be active is great. Would also be nice to have the ability to turn on or off reminders based on gps location as I only really want to get notifications at the office... not when I'm out for lunch for example.
Share your activity pie - tell everyone how consistently active you’ve been.
By popular demand you can now turn off notifications on specific days.
Also available in the settings, turn the nag level up to 11. This will get annoying, don’t say I didn’t warn you!
The layout of the main screen has been tweaked; the statistics listing now appears on swipe up instead of on tap and there's a new statistic showing how many times you've been prompted to move today.
Track your activity on Lifelog, the clever health & fitness tool on Android.