ADEO Stepper (beta)

ADEO Stepper (beta)


Are you curious about how many steps do you do during the day or going to the store? Do you want to know how many calories you burn, or how many miles you walk? If that true, ADEO Stepper (beta) is right for you.

ADEO Stepper (beta) is a simple widget on your desktop, which helps you to easily measure the number of steps, calories, time, distance and give the average speed during your walk.

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61
3.1
User ratings
25
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
267 kb
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About ADEO Stepper (beta)
Are you curious about how many steps do you do during the day or going to the store? Do you want to know how many calories you burn, or how many miles you walk? If that true, ADEO Stepper (beta) is right for you.

ADEO Stepper (beta) is a simple widget on your desktop, which helps you to easily measure the number of steps, calories, time, distance and give the average speed during your walk.

Check out our profile on Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/ADEO.Stepper Like It!

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 11, 2012
Has some issues I had the same issue as Reaper with the number of steps being displayed in every display mode. I suspect that it may be a memory issue as it went away after I shuffled some apps to the sd card and rebooted the phone. Now I've read about the bug in some Android phones where the accelerometer turns off with the screen. I gather that not every phone has it. It would be nice if one could turn off the "keep screen on" feature that's intended to deal with the problem if one's phone doesn't have that bug. Saves the battery y'know? Also, being able to choose measuring systems for some measurements, and not others? This American says, "Not cool." Either do everything in metric or let us pick between metric and Imperial for each measurement where there's a different unit. The last thing I want to mention is more an oddity than anything else. This is not the first pedometer app I've tried; it is the first one that doesn't auto-reset at midnight. I suspect that matters more to some people than others.
A Google User
Apr 11, 2012
Has some issues I had the same issue as Reaper with the number of steps being displayed in every display mode. I suspect that it may be a memory issue as it went away after I shuffled some apps to the sd card and rebooted the phone. Now I've read about the bug in some Android phones where the accelerometer turns off with the screen. I gather that not every phone has it. It would be nice if one could turn off the "keep screen on" feature that's intended to deal with the problem if one's phone doesn't have that bug. Saves the battery y'know? Also, being able to choose measuring systems for some measurements, and not others? This American says, "Not cool." Either do everything in metric or let us pick between metric and Imperial for each measurement where there's a different unit. The last thing I want to mention is more an oddity than anything else. This is not the first pedometer app I've tried; it is the first one that doesn't auto-reset at midnight. I suspect that matters more to some people than others.
Heather
Apr 11, 2012
Has some issues I had the same issue as Reaper with the number of steps being displayed in every display mode. I suspect that it may be a memory issue as it went away after I shuffled some apps to the sd card and rebooted the phone. Now I've read about the bug in some Android phones where the accelerometer turns off with the screen. I gather that not every phone has it. It would be nice if one could turn off the "keep screen on" feature that's intended to deal with the problem if one's phone doesn't have that bug. Saves the battery y'know? Also, being able to choose measuring systems for some measurements, and not others? This American says, "Not cool." Either do everything in metric or let us pick between metric and Imperial for each measurement where there's a different unit. The last thing I want to mention is more an oddity than anything else. This is not the first pedometer app I've tried; it is the first one that doesn't auto-reset at midnight. I suspect that matters more to some people than others.
A Google User
Apr 7, 2011
Could be good but... This has the potential to be a very useful app. I found 2 problems. 1) It logged 149 steps which apparently also converts to 149 km, 149 kcal, 149 minutes etc. 2) When it pops up the "curiosities" it wakes my screen and I "pocket open" the emergency call dialer. I'll gladly give it more stars if these are fixed.
Reaper
Apr 7, 2011
Could be good but... This has the potential to be a very useful app. I found 2 problems. 1) It logged 149 steps which apparently also converts to 149 km, 149 kcal, 149 minutes etc. 2) When it pops up the "curiosities" it wakes my screen and I "pocket open" the emergency call dialer. I'll gladly give it more stars if these are fixed.