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, has support for Bluetooth®4.0 Low Energy and that you are using Sony SmartWear apparel - 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 and SmartBand Talk, you will need to install Smart Connect from Sony (pre-installed in Xperia™ smartphones). 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:
- New Goal progress layout
- New Card layouts
- Reduce possibility of long ghost activities during night
- Application usage support for Lollipop MR1
- The return of ’Swipe between graphs’
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3.7
User ratings
27077
Installs
5,000,000+
Concerns
2
File size
14046 kb
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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, has support for Bluetooth®4.0 Low Energy and that you are using Sony SmartWear apparel - 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 and SmartBand Talk, you will need to install Smart Connect from Sony (pre-installed in Xperia™ smartphones). 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:
- New Goal progress layout
- New Card layouts
- Reduce possibility of long ghost activities during night
- Application usage support for Lollipop MR1
- The return of ’Swipe between graphs’

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Tuesday 1:03 AM
Malfunctioning The pedometer stays at 2100 when I've done around 6,000 Xperia z3 compact
A Google User
Monday 10:54 PM
Excellent Great app, but could have a tool that allow the user to correct incorrect entries (e.g., cycling when I was just walking, walking when I was stopped...).
A Google User
Monday 10:23 PM
Very unreliable This app needs to be pulled from the app store. It cannot even accurately track your steps. Example: did a bit of walking today Lifelog records 947 steps while the Walkmate recorded 5470 steps. Also, it recorded 5 minutes of driving when I in fact drove for 30 mins. It does not record sleep, etc. Very frustrating. I'm using a Z2.
A Google User
Monday 9:50 PM
Potential To give Sony credit they have done a lot on this app over 12 months and are responsive to feedback so changed from 3 to 4 stars
A Google User
Monday 9:03 PM
Would rate it more, but no. Even though my Xperia Z3 Compact is positioned as "two-days battery life smartphone" it barely lasts till midnight. And this app just reduces battery life even more. So I disabled it. The idea and possible applications for controlling your daily routine, health, food, sleep, sports, etc. are rather impressive, though.
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