The combination of extreme accuracy and low battery usage with our newest 2.10 release will help us give users what they want out of a complete lifestyle app.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) February 05, 2015
Kudolife, the free Vancouver-based diet and activity tracking app, was reviewed by NewsWatch last week on the “Top Products and Apps from Consumer Electronics Show and the Tech World” episode. Kudolife was featured as one of the latest tools for balanced weight loss on the video that aired on January 30, 3015 on the History Channel and FYI Network morning AppWatch Review Segment.
NewsWatch describes Kudolife as “a cool app” that works “with you to put your food consumption and physical activity in harmony.” The episode runs through the app’s interactive menu options, highlighting the advantages that set it apart from its competitors.
Kudolife claims that it is on the cutting edge of lifestyle and fitness technology. Its focus is to create an incredibly accurate activity tracker that does not require wearables.
“The app takes advantage of proprietary algorithms to determine how many calories are burned without the user having to lift a finger,” says Dwayne Norris, Director of Product Development. “The combination of extreme accuracy and low battery usage with our newest 2.10 release will help us give users what they want out of a complete lifestyle app.”
Users record their caloric consumption out of 2.5 million food options, and the app makes nutritional suggestions in real time. Users can take and share healthy food photos and activities with friends for “Kudos” and participate in an online community.
NewsWatch’s feature only strengthens the app’s appeal to a wide audience. It meets the needs of people looking for a balanced lifestyle; from the weight obsessed to the leisurely active, to the health-conscious, even the high-performance athlete, and Instagram-oriented “foodie.”
Kudolife plans to expand with the addition of KudoMasters feature that will focus on providing content to its users from fitness experts and nutritionists to help them achieve their lifestyle and fitness goals.
Kudolife is an iOS7 app developed exclusively for the iPhone. It is the one stop diet and fitness app for those looking to lose weight, get fit and live a healthier lifestyle. Its focus is to remain a wearable free, accurate app that tracks diet and fitness while remaining battery efficient. The app launched in Vancouver, BC, Canada, a mecca of healthy living and is growing worldwide. The Kudolife app is free to use and join.
NewsWatch is a trusted source of up-to-the-minute news. It airs weekly on the ION Network and monthly on the History Channel and FYI Channel. The broadcasted news magazine has reached 700 million people and is in its 25th year.