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Start moving

The first time you launch the app, you can start from scratch, or log in to an account you previously created using the iPhone app in the past.

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Automatic Tracking

You are tracked using the combination of the iPhone 5S' M7 chip and GPS, or on older iPhones using GPS and the accelerometer. Color-coded bubbles help you quickly read what activity you were most active in for a particular day.

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Today

At any time you can launch the app and view a timeline of the day's activity, complete with locations, commute times, and number of steps.

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Set records

You can view your past activities, including when you've set a personal record, by swiping to the left in the app.

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Weekly history

Viewing your activity stats for the past week is as simple as swiping down on the main screen.

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Calories

You have to set up the app and enter some additional information to track the number of calories you burn during a particular activity.

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Settings

You can quickly access settings or pause tracking at any time by tapping on the M.

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Connected Apps

Connect an app to your Moves account to take your activity data out of Moves and incorporate it into another service.

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