First things first. The iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker does not work with Android devices although the product title claims that it if for both iPhones and Android devices. Secondly, it doesn’t look as “cool” as many of the other activity trackers out there like the Jawbone Up 24 or the Fitbit Flex. However, the iHealth Tracker does have most essential features of an activity tracker and it only costs about $50.
The iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker has pedometer function to keep track of the number of steps you take, distance you have traveled plus calories burned. It also keeps track of how well you sleep at night plus it has a silent alarm feature that you can use to wake you up without disturbing your sleep partner. The iHealth tracker of course also acts as a watch and tells time.
An accompanying iHealth MyVitals app on your iPhone or iPad communicates with the iHealth tracker via Bluetooth. The app lets you set goals and keeps a history of your activities. Like most modern activity tracker apps, it has a motivation element to encourage you to lead an active and healthier lifestyle. Your records can be shared with family members or even your doctor.
The iHealth Tracker comes with a wrist band and a waist clip. The tracker can detect whether the band or the clip is being used and adjusts its tracking abilities accordingly to get the most accurate results.