Lifelog

Lifelog


This is the official Lifelog app from Sony. With Lifelog you can view information about your communications, entertainment and physical activity - you can also set goals and monitor your progress. The information compiled in Lifelog is collected partly using intelligent sensor technology in your Sony SmartWear device and via data gathered from apps and sensors in your Android smartphone.

The Lifelog interface is colorful, intuitive, graphic and animated - it lets you look back on any day to see how active you were, where you went and how you got there. You can also see what pictures you took, the music you listened to and how you were communicating that day. Life Bookmarks are special moments that you want to save in detail.

To best enjoy SmartWear, Sony asks that your device is running Android 4.4; KitKat or later, has support for Bluetooth®4.0 Low Energy and that you are using Sony SmartWear apparel – SmartBand 2, SmartBand, SmartBand Talk or SmartWatch 3. Each device will enable you to accurately log and capture your life - please visit our website for a detailed breakdown of how each SmartWear device functions with Lifelog.

To use this app with SmartBand you will need to install both the Smart Connect (pre-installed in Xperia™ smartphones) and host application for SmartBand. For SmartBand 2 and SmartBand Talk, you will need to install the corresponding host application. For SmartWatch 3, Lifelog runs as a wearable application to record your steps and running activity, and also feeds that data back to Lifelog on your Android smartphone.

You can now also access your Lifelog from the web - lifelog.sonymobile.com. You’ll be able to view your story in any screen size - from your smartphone to your tablet to your TV - all you have to do is log in using your Sony Entertainment Network account.

Please stay tuned to the Sony Mobile blog (http://blogs.sonymobile.com/tag/lifelog/) for the latest news.

Log your day every day, in detail.

Lifelog uses analytics software to collect usage data and statistics to help us improve our apps and services - none of this data can or will be used to identify you. Full details can be found within Sony Mobile’s Privacy Policy.

Recent changes:
- Support for the new SmartBand 2 SWR12 featuring pulse and heart rate variability (HRV) measurements.
- Possibility to log physical activities (e.g. steps) while being in Stamina mode (Xperia only).
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About Lifelog
This is the official Lifelog app from Sony. With Lifelog you can view information about your communications, entertainment and physical activity - you can also set goals and monitor your progress. The information compiled in Lifelog is collected partly using intelligent sensor technology in your Sony SmartWear device and via data gathered from apps and sensors in your Android smartphone.

The Lifelog interface is colorful, intuitive, graphic and animated - it lets you look back on any day to see how active you were, where you went and how you got there. You can also see what pictures you took, the music you listened to and how you were communicating that day. Life Bookmarks are special moments that you want to save in detail.

To best enjoy SmartWear, Sony asks that your device is running Android 4.4; KitKat or later, has support for Bluetooth®4.0 Low Energy and that you are using Sony SmartWear apparel – SmartBand 2, SmartBand, SmartBand Talk or SmartWatch 3. Each device will enable you to accurately log and capture your life - please visit our website for a detailed breakdown of how each SmartWear device functions with Lifelog.

To use this app with SmartBand you will need to install both the Smart Connect (pre-installed in Xperia™ smartphones) and host application for SmartBand. For SmartBand 2 and SmartBand Talk, you will need to install the corresponding host application. For SmartWatch 3, Lifelog runs as a wearable application to record your steps and running activity, and also feeds that data back to Lifelog on your Android smartphone.

You can now also access your Lifelog from the web - lifelog.sonymobile.com. You’ll be able to view your story in any screen size - from your smartphone to your tablet to your TV - all you have to do is log in using your Sony Entertainment Network account.

Please stay tuned to the Sony Mobile blog (http://blogs.sonymobile.com/tag/lifelog/) for the latest news.

Log your day every day, in detail.

Lifelog uses analytics software to collect usage data and statistics to help us improve our apps and services - none of this data can or will be used to identify you. Full details can be found within Sony Mobile’s Privacy Policy.

Recent changes:
- Support for the new SmartBand 2 SWR12 featuring pulse and heart rate variability (HRV) measurements.
- Possibility to log physical activities (e.g. steps) while being in Stamina mode (Xperia only).

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Yesterday 1:15 AM
Good Was pretty impressive at first instance. Over the next few days I notice a few flaws. Logging type of activity is not accurate. It does not log sleeping time at all. It logs cycling for bus travel time, etc. Now unsure of its reliability and hence unsure how long it will remain active on my device. I cannot remove as it's hooked to my experia.
A Google User
Wednesday 8:34 PM
Intrusive This app is constantly notifying me with ridiculously innacurate statistics even though I have disabled its notifications in android setup. There are no settings in the app relating to disabling 'insight' notifications. I'm at my wits end.
A Google User
Wednesday 6:58 PM
Can't log in any more. Moto g and swr10. Tried password reset but get no emails. Created new account, still can't log in.
A Google User
Wednesday 5:49 PM
When it's working... I really liked this app but with the new updates it hasn't been recognizing when I'm talking a picture, browsing the net, etc. I've logged off, restarted my phone, and restarted my smartband with the same result. Well at least the sleep, steps, walk, and cycling work. Maybe this is their way of making me buy the new smartband 2 once it's in the US.
A Google User
Wednesday 4:15 PM
My smartband just stop measures my sleep for like 3weeks. Also, it usually mistaken that I was cycling when I walked?