Acer has finally released a Windows Phone companion app for its line of Liquid Leap wearables. Similar to other fitness tracker companion apps, the Acer Leap Manager allows you to keep track of all of your fitness data and manage notification settings. Here's a quick rundown of what you can expect from the app:
- View your step counts, activity minutes, distance, calories consumed and sleep records on a daily and weekly basis
- Sync activity data by connecting over Bluetooth® 4.0 LE to the Acer Liquid Leap
- Enable and disable text & call notifications, meeting reminders
So if the Microsoft Band or Fitbit don't strike your fancy and you've opted for one of Acer's fitness bands, you can now track all of your data right on your Windows Phone. If you want to give the app a go yourself, be sure to hit up the link to the Windows Store below to get started. And if you'd like to check out Acer's Liquid Leap wearable, it's available on Amazon starting at just over $97.
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