Moscow, Russia, March 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The recently launched GestureBook & Gear Tracker application, developed by SoART Factory, can write, analyze and count all kinds of user’s movements.
The highlight of company’s tracker is capability to work with any kind of user’s movements. After installing this application, smartwatch, as a tracker, and smartphone, as an analyzer, can give the answer - how many times user has made a particular movement. User can investigate up to 10 types of movements simultaneously.
“Many of today’s users are frustrated with fitness trackers and smartwatch, that can analyze and count steps only. It’s just boring,” says Alexey Nasakin, SoART CEO.
GestureBook & Gear Tracker 1.0 core capabilities include:
User’s movement Template recording
Assigning avatars to Templates
Selecting Template List for analyzing (up to 10 Templates)
Analyzing of user’s activity, gestures and movements
Representing results in two views – Table and Tape
Sending results by e-mail or Facebook
Price and availability
Fitness tracker is available in two versions – free and paid. The cost of the paid version is currently 2,09 $.
Smartphone running Android 4.4 or later
Smartwatch Samsung Gear 2 Neo
Google Play (paid version): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.soartf.gesturebook.pro
Google Play (free version): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.soartf.gesturebook
SoART Factory is a startup, formed in 2014. It’s engaged in the development of mobile applications and Augmented Reality solutions.