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Argus for iOS

Using the iPhone 5S M7 processor, along with integrating third-party apps, Argus is a well-rounded activity app.


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Initial setup

Setup requires you to take a bit of a stroll in order to fully calibrate your device.

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Goals

You are only asked to set a step goal during the initial setup process, which defaults to 8,000. You can adjust this at any time in the app's menu.

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My Activity

The color-coded hexagons are easily identifiable  and provide the most important information at a glance.

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Filter

Instead of viewing your activities on a daily basis, you can filter out everything else and view only one activity.

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Comparing data

When viewing trends for a particular activity, you can control what to compare. For example, here my step activity is compared to my burned calories.

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Main menu

The main menu gives you options to connect more apps and services, adjust water and sleep goals, along with many more options.

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Additional activities

Tapping on the plus icon will bring up a list of activities and foods for you to track. Ranging from blood pressure to a beer, this is where you'll add it to your daily activities.

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Health coach

You can sign up to have a personal health coach monitor and provide advice based on your Argus feed. But doing so will set you back $50 a month.

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