Sensie, an app that supports SensorCore hardware in a number of Lumia smartphones, has been updated to become a universal app for Windows 10 on PC and Mobile.
The app was first launched in 2014, and uses the SensorCore (aka Motion Data) hardware found on phones like the Lumia 630, 635, 730, 735, 830, 930, 950, 950 XL, and 1520. It enables users to keep track of where they have been and where they are now visually. It also displays a map of a user's activities for the past few days and more.
According to the app's change notes, the only major new addition in this Sensie update its universal support for phones, tablets and PCs. It does mention that more new features will be added later but there's no word on what they could be like. Sensie does cost $1.99 to download from the Windows Store.
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