Love Pokémon GO? Use Pokefit To Track Your Fitness

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    • Publish Date: Aug 1 2016 7:00PM
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    • Updated Date: Aug 1 2016 7:00PM
Love Pokémon GO? Use Pokefit To Track Your Fitness


The new app works like a fitness tracker while you are busy catching all the Pokémons you can get your hands on.

So what does it do? We're glad you asked. 

1. The app logs and tracks the distance you walked during game sessions and provides a breakdown of the distance you walked. 

2. It tracks your total step count and maps your route when you are on your game. 

3. A fitness lover can see in real-time, their workout data which is displayed on the upper left corner of the screen.  

4. The app tells you how many calories you are burning. It also tells you how much data you are using while playing and how much of your battery life is left on your phone!

5. For a pure-er PoGo experience, you can always turn off the display though the app will continue to track your stats. 

Available on Android only. 


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Subhayu Ghosh SUDHIR MEMORIAL INSTITUTE

i love the game

sk suriya VELAMMAL VIDYALAYA WLB SCHOOL

pokemon go is not an exitingly awesome game as i thought and it is not yet launched officially on the playstore and app store.

EKNOOR BHATTI Bal Bharati Public School

pokemon go is a interesting game ...............................

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