The Jawbone UP has been available for iOS users for quite a while now. The simple bracelet allows users to monitor sleeping, eating and dietary habits, all while recording the data on a paired iOS device.
Jawbone has ‘Jawbone UP’ is ready for Android devices and is now available on the Google Play store. Jawbone UP launched less than two years ago back in 2011. Since then the bracelet has been met with glowing reviews for its low-cost, its durability and its simple design (after a small recall was done on the original design however). Jawbone also took this opportunity to announce that the Jawbone Up will also be made available outside the United States (25 more countries in total).
The bracelet comes in a wide-array of colors to choose from. If you are an Android users and are interested in the Jawbone UP app you can check out the official product page on the Google Play store
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