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Coupled with an iPhone app, the Striiv Play Smart Pedometer lets you count your steps in a day and gamifies your fitness goals.
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Striiv’s new iPhone app will track your steps and motivate you to take more.
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Striiv is a little keychain gadget with a display that counts how many steps you take in a day. I used it at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today and it told me I walked 8,686 steps, or a little over 3.7 miles.
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Striiv, the startup that is trying to make fitness fun,will begin selling its fitness gadget through TV shopping network HSN starting Oct. 22.
Striiv, a startup focused on making walking more fun, has raised $6 million in a first round of funding.
Games like Wii Fit have made it more fun to stay fit in your living room. But Silicon Valley start-up Striiv wants to motivate you to stay fit outside the living room, when you’re walking around at work or running errands. It will do so with a $99 portable device that measures your movements and gives you rewards based on your activity level.