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Jawbone shows off Windows Phone app screenshot

Looking forward to Jawbone on Windows Phone? The company just a few days ago teased an app and support for Windows Phone. And earlier this year they announced they were looking for a Windows Phone developer. The company did give a sneak peek at Jawbone on Windows Phone on a blog post recently.

Yesterday, Jawbone detailed how they were opening up their APIs to allow other devices and services to hook into the Jawbone. They also announced they'd be launching a new UP app later this month on compatible smartphones. In the picture you see your usual Android and iPhone renders, but also one for Windows Phone.

We'll let you know when the app launches, but for now there's your early look at the app on Windows Phone.

Source: Jawbone{.nofollow}

Thanks for the tip Matt!

74 Comments
  • Hmm Fitbit or Jawbone?
  • Same dilemma I'm having...
  • I'll end up picking up the Up24 and will do a showdown between it, Fitbit and Misfit Shine.
  • LMFAO
    Pure cynical amusement...
  • Dan -  I need your job! If only I had the pleasure of getting to use all these great devices and other tech that comes out.  
  • Misfit didn't register with me before their app release today. But, I think it much more elegant looking than any of the others. Given that I am more interested in building a habit of moving than I am in counting steps or breaths, I like the fact that with the Shine piece from Misfit, I get just the general idea of where I am on my daily plan but not so granular that I am counting each step.    So, Daniel, a showdown will be great.  
  • Any news on the UP app for WP, Daniel? It's been SO long and still nothing...
  • Reviews I've read have suggested that the Jawbone is better than the FitBit in terms of what data it gives you. I have yet to try either myself though.
  • Does that one tell the time?
  • FitBit is better in, my opinion and this is because I've used both devices fully. I'm very active liked the FitBit better because it didn't fall off my wrist easily. Playing competitive basketball, I never noticed the FitBit. I always noticed the Jawbone and it falls off too easy. If you play a contact short like soccer, basketball, or swing your arms hard like baseball or volleyball, the jawbone is not a good buy. Also, I like the progress meter of the FitBit.
  • Looks pretty clean
  • good 
  • Is the time on the Windows Phone 10:20?
  • Lol. Yep
  • Yup, but not a 1020
  • Lol this is weird. App released simultaneously on our beloved platform
  • Still need Pebble :( any info's on that?
  • This, we really really need this. Nothing new :(
  • I hope its soon
  • Bullocks, everything is soon for MS. How soon is is the question
  • Shazaam!
  • Billy Batson.
  • Hmmm - showing it on the discontinued (or soon to be...) 1020!!!
  • Can't be a 1020, bezel is too small. Looks like a 1520 with the button placement.
  • The the iPhone is being depicted as the same size as a 1520 now?, yet the android is larger? Lol
  • Internets. I can easily depict an iPhone as large as my house, doesn't mean anything. Lol lol lol.
  • How is the iphone screen bigger than the lumia ?
  • PhotoShop.
  • Welcome to the internet...?
  • How are there three phones in the picture when there are only two phones in the world?
  • Nice sarcasm, kem
  • I wanted to try it. People do this all the time on YouTube, but I put "phones" instead of "people".
  • Nice. Cant wait. Been syncing my band with my note 3, but be great to be able to do it with my wp that I've always got on me! About time Jawbone! Now just hurry up and launch it!
  • Score! Now my fiances jawbone wont be a paper weight anymore. Now tomake my pebble be less of a paper weight :/
  • This might sound pethetic...and don't get me wrong, I try to know anything and everything about tech, but what's a Jawbone? My guess is a smart watch?..
  • Fitness tracker so kind of.
  • It's a fitness tracker like the Fitbit but it'll track how you sleep and can be configured with your alarm so it wakes you up at a certain point in your sleep cycle and it works with other apps and services (at least on other platforms).
  • FitBit does everything the jawbone can do, plus it has a progress meter with each light signifying 1/5 of whatever your goal is. It flashes and vibrates when you reach goal. It doesn't do stairs like the Force band did.
  • "Jawbone" isn't the tracker itself, but the brand. They also manufacture Bluetooth earpieces. Jawbone + model. Jawbone up24
  • And speakers! I love my Big Jam Box.
  • Cool, I found a jawbone up24 when I was out for a walk the other day. Now if I only had a charger to.. :D
  • Misfit or jawbone? Hmmmm. Lol already have a fitbit so maybe none. Think I'll wait for a smart watch
  • The photo itself is slightly wrong though... If you've realised, the Windows Phone is a Nokia branded phone... So to consumers who are not really tech savvy, they're going to assume it's for iPhone, Android and Nokia phones, not Windows Phone itself. They should of really just represented Windows Phone by the placing of the Back, Start and Search buttons at the bottom of the phone, in my personal opinion anyway!
  • Just like when people see the Nexus in the pic they'll assume its only for LG phones?
  • Look at the picture again.. Yes it's a picture of a Nexus but can you not understand what I'm meaning? The Nexus doesn't have branding on it, no where does it state its a Nexus
  • ....but what about the Windows start logo at the bottom of the Nokia phone...?
  • I hope this supports first gen jawbone.
  • I don't see why I wouldn't, as far as I know only differences between the two up bands is the way they sync with the phone.
  • Cool
  • I would get rid of the title "UP by Jawbone" on the Windows Phone App and use the real estate for more content instead. Other than that, looks good. Hopefully they include background sync. Still waiting for that feature coming to the Fitbit app.
  • What is the watch on the picture ? I don't know (or don't recognize) it. It's a jawbone product?
  • Hmm, pretty good timing. I found a Jawbone bracelet recently and it has just been sitting on my desk, good to know I can test it out and see if I like it or find any use for it.
  • Glad someone is supporting WP along with the other
  • Nothing for the headsets. Assclowns.
  • If they can do that they should have one for their headsets and speakers
  • I agree with the previous few posters, I saw this article and assumed headsets, I may be mistaken but would guess UP does not generate the volume their headsets and speakers do
  • Does the app support connecting Jambox with it??
  • I have a jam box or jawbone speaker that first try connected with my Lumia 520. I love it I can be almost anywhere n my jawbone picks up my voice n does what it hears. I had problems connecting to my computer n then found all u do is hold the button next to power down it will do the rest. Good luck
  • It looks more appealing to the eye on Windows Phone.
  • FitBit is better in, my opinion and this is because I've used both devices fully. I'm very active and liked the FitBit better because it didn't fall off my wrist easily. Playing competitive basketball, I never noticed the FitBit. I always noticed the Jawbone and it falls off too easy. If you play a contact short like soccer, basketball, or swing your arms hard like baseball or volleyball, the jawbone is not a good buy. Also, I like the progress meter of the FitBit.
  • You all should know that you are stuck with the color on jawbone. The Fitbit has different color bands that can be changed easily.
  • I'm sorry but what's the purpose of this app?
  • Like it!
  • Jambox please!!!
  • Been using my Jawbone UP24 for 6 months. Glad to see it finally coming to Windows Phone.
  • FINALLY!!!
  • Jawbone....that name, idk, conjures up other images besides a mandible
  • Why 1520 is smaller than the Nexus and iPhone..haha...weird
  • Top, more good news for wp8
  • I can't believe we're still waiting for this app. Wasn't it supposed to be released a month ago?
  • Right? No point now, Microsoft Band is here.
  • I'd argue there's still apoint. MS Band is $200. UP is $60. I'd much sooner buy the UP than the Band right now, cos I'm not sure how much I'm into all this fitness stuff, so I'd rather start with the cheaper alternative, but there needs to be a WP app for me to be able to use it.
  • Hey, it's been months now, when is this jawbone up app supposed to be ready? Hope they are not waiting for Windows 10...
  • Nearly a full year later and still no windows phone app.