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From Thang Nguyen:
A person is typically considered sedentary if they take less than 5,000 steps per day according to New York Times. And walking 10,000 steps a day is not an official recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Instead, the agency recommends adults engage in 150 minutes of moderate activity a week, such as walking. To meet the CDC's recommendation, you need to walk about 7,000 to 8,000 steps a day.------- From stand up reminder to step counter ----------We want you to: First: walk more. Second: increase your steps. Finally, form a new active lifestyle.We don't want you to: Sky rocket from 2000 steps to 10000 steps at day 1 like other app advertisements (you will probably give it up after some hard core days)Day by day, we fight alongside you, encourage you, remind you when you might forget or stayed sedentarily for too long. And we hope you are going to win the battle of your own.Let do it, buddy! -------------Features:+ Counting your steps in background and in foreground (even you don't open the app for iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus)+ No GPS required -> save your battery+ Counting your active time+ Counting your distance walked+ Calculate calories burned+ Smart reminders (remind when you stayed sedentarily for more than time you set)+ Create your own remind message, choose your favorite sound+ Change app theme color+ Two distance system to select: Km or Mile+ Connect your own group of friends to see their daily achievements (as simple as it is -> just write the username, we do the rest)+ Set your daily Goal ( Default: 5000 steps -> then increase)+ Simple and clean interface (there are no learning curves here)+ Mailing: email us when you need support, we will write back+ Share the app to your friends right on main interfaceFrom the creator of Water Tracker, Stand Up Reminder, Step Counter, 7 Minute Workout Plus... We just want to use technologies helping people.