The fitness tracking space is packed full of apps and gadgets that compliment each other well. It seems developers have realized it's best to let consumers share their personal health and fitness data from app to app, rather than requiring they only use the app associated with the gadget. MyFitnessPal, Fitbit, other fitness app and gadget makers have partnered to let people sync information across apps. Lose It! is a tracker to record your calories in (meals) and calories out (exercise). It has a number of features that make entering this data less time consuming, such as remembering which foods and meals you enter often. You can also use the barcode scanner to quickly enter nutritional information from a box or carton of food. The app will remind you when you forget to log a meal, which might explain the app's success rate for helping people lose weight: 15 million pounds lost and counting, according to its website. The app is free and available on iOS and Android devices. Nike ha lanzado esta pulsera que, gracias a su acelerómetro de tres ejes, es capaz de registrar las calorías que gastamos en cada movimiento de nuestro día a día. Increíble pero cierto. El sistema de "puntos" funciona de la siguiente manera: por cada caloría gastada, la pulsera Nike+ Fuelband lo reconoce y lo interpreta con Tienda Nike Air Max unas luces LEDs que se van iluminando en una barrita luminosa gradual, del verde al rojo. Dicha información la podemos visualizar desde cualquier smartphone o Tablet con la aplicación oficial de Nike+ y los datos, además, pueden transferirse desde la propia pulsera a través de Bluetooth o bien por USB en la comunidad online de Nike+ y ver cómo de "hiperactivos" somos respecto al entorno social a nivel mundial. De momento, sólo se sabe que saldrá a finales en EEUU, y que se podrá reservar por un precio de 149$ en su web oficial. Esperemos que no tarden en traerlo a Espaa como su antecesor Nike + SportBand. Qué es todo este rollo de Nike+? Aquí hay un vídeo muy completo que lo explican genial aunque no mencionan todavía al nuevo Nike+ Fuelband. Conclusión: si no os gustaba correr, ha llegado el momento de hacerlo, no os resistiréis.Fuelband SE Boasts Improved Tracking Nike announced on Tuesday the latest wristband fitness tracker in its lineup: the Nike+ Fuelband SE, which features a splash of neon color and aims to get you up and moving more than ever. The Fuelband, which looks very similar to its predecessor, comes with a few software enhancements for the FuelBand iOS app. For example, the Sessions tool tracks activities a user might do throughout the day such as a run or a gym session and monitors how much NikeFuel has been earned within that activity. Another feature called Win the Hour lets users set on band and within app reminders to get up and start moving. The goal is to move for about 5 minutes every hour. "Win the Hour feature came from insight we saw in our data," said Jenny Campbell, senior director at Nike Fuel and consumer knowledge, said in a promotional YouTube video. "Less than 2% of our Fuelband users were actually moving enough throughout the day. We saw that as a huge opportunity to develop a feature that would motivate them to move more."Fuelband SE Is a Fitness Tracker That Gets Involved REVIEW With so many wristband fitness trackers on the market and new versions rolling out at what seems like a weekly rate, it's hard to keep track of which does what. Nike has been a leader in the space with its Fuelband lineup, but along with Jawbone and Fitbit, it's looking for more ways to stand out and really help its users get up and get moving. And fortunately for the company and of course, its users Nike nails all of the above with its latest iteration, the Nike+ Fuelband SE.