iPhone 5s: One of the best features on the iPhone 5s is the movement tracker, but you still need to grab an app to actually make use of all that data. There are many options available, and now Runkeeper has released its own pedometer, called Breeze.
Breeze works like most pedometers on the iPhone. Once you open it up, it tracks your daily steps as you move around throughout the day. From there, Breeze lets you set daily goals, gives you real time status updates, and tracks your steps over the course of weeks. It also sets goals automatically and intelligently, so if you’d prefer more of a coach to help you along than just a step count, Breeze does the trick.
There are many more options in this space, but Breeze has a clean interface that’s worth checking out, and the coaching is an added bonus.
Breeze (free) [iTunes App Store]
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