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Jawbone UP platform

Jawbone has just announced an iOS Platform, called UP, which is set for integration with multiple apps -- and soon to have an open API -- with the goal of organizing your adventure sports and athletic data.

Right now, the wearable computing market is relatively wide open, with new platforms vying for real estate in a space that is largely yet undefined -- the players are positioning for what is to come -- and nearly everyone believes the wearable market is indeed coming.
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Jawbone UP fitness tracker

Bundled along with the Jawbone UP is a USB-to-3.5mm headphone mini jack adapter.
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Jawbone in color

Assorted colors of the Jawbone UP -- because if its wearable, its got to be fashionable.
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UP Lifeline view

The Home screen shows daily progress, Trends shows activity over days, weeks, and months, and your Lifeline shows your total progress since using UP.
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Wello integration

A view of the Wello personal trainer app integration with the Jawbone UP platform.
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UP, scaleable

UP can even connect Withings scales, so every time you step on your scale, your weight will be incorporated within your UP app, automatically.
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Jawbone hopes that by pulling in all this activity data, and connecting apps like MapMyFitness, they will be able to create a clearer picture of your active life.
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Fitness summary

The community of integrated apps will initially include MapMyFitness, IFTTT, RunKeeper, LoseIt, Maxwell Health, MyFitnessPal, Sleepio, Notch, Wello and Withings.
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Nike FuelBand

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Fitbit Ultra

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Fitbit activity log

The dashboard view showing Fitbit's activity log.
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Motorola MotoActv

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